Located in Baraboo amid the farmlands of southern Wisconsin, ICF’s headquarters are just ten minutes from the Wisconsin Dells and surrounding Baraboo Hills. Visitors to our site can enjoy a guided tour of the world's cranes, take a hike on our nature trails, and browse nature themed items from around the world in our gift shop.
ICF is open to the public every day between April 15 and October 31 from 9 am to 5 pm. Click here for our admission fees and directions to our site.
Guided public tours are offered daily at 10:00 am, 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Guided public tours are offerred ONLY on weekends in April, May, September and October. Public tours are free with general admission and there is no need to pre-register. You may also explore the site on your own. We suggest visitors plan to stay at least two hours.
We also offer school field trips and group tours tailored to each group’s needs and interests. Pre-registration is required for these tours.
Still have questions? View Guest Services and Common Questions.
Save the Date:
ICF's Cranes of the World Festival on Saturday, August 9, 2014 offers family-friendly guided tours, arts and crafts, and more! Humorist and educator David Stokes will share his live animals, songs, and stories at 10 & 11 am and 1 & 3 pm. Lunch will be available for purchase, provided by Friends of Muraviovka Park.
View our calendar of events to plan your visit.
Join Discover Wisconsin as they tour our headquarters with ICF President Dr. Rich Beilfuss in this segment from the Wisconsin Birding episode.
Download our birding list
Special thanks to ICF supporter Badger Coaches