The Mammoth Site
The Mammoth Site is recognized as a leading research and educational facility housing the greatest concentration of in-situ mammoth remains found anywhere in the world. To date, over 60 mammoth remains have been found.
Forty-five years ago the first mammoth fossil was uncovered at The Mammoth Site. Since that time we have grown and expanded from a small plywood shack to a contemporary museum that employs over 50 people each summer and welcomes over 100,000 visitors each year. Our research on the Late Ice Age is respected on a global basis and continues to prosper with new collaborations in research projects and publications. Our STEAM oriented courses are offered at discounted rates and presented to over 2,700 children per year. Our summer education programs are enjoyed by over 3,000 children every year.