Take a Virtual Tour
Please select a specific exhibit from the list below or click on the numbered areas of the map of TFFC.
Leaders of school and tour groups should send ONE person to the admissions booth with payment for the entire group. This will help avoid crowding around the booth.
- Game Warden Memorial
Reflect for a moment on the lives given in the line of duty.
- Stream Exhibit
Explore the natural habitat of the state fish of Texas, the Guadalupe bass.
- Farm Pond Exhibit
Fish feeding every Wednesday and Friday at 3 p.m.
- Pond Management
Learn about Texas farm pond production and aquatic vegetation control.
- Bluegill Spawning Area
Observe spawning behavior and hatching fry.
- Reservoir Exhibit
Discover prehistoric paddlefish and other species.
- Alligator Exhibit
Get eye to eye with some of North America's largest reptiles.
- Texas Giants Exhibit
Texas is known for doing things on a grand scale. That holds true for the size of its sport fish, too.
See antique lures and other fascinating things from the past.
- Texas Record Fish Exhibit
Examine replicas and stories of the state record fish in all the popular freshwater species.
- Fisheries Management Gallery
Learn about the tools TPWD fisheries management crews use on a daily basis.
- Hall of Fame
Meet some of the legends of freshwater fishing in Texas.
- Anheuser-Busch Theater and Dive Show
Movie and interactive dive show daily Tuesday-Friday at 11 a.m., Saturday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m.
- Hatchery Gallery & ShareLunker Overlook
See how hatcheries produce fish to stock in Texas waters and how TFFC promotes development of really big bass.
- Gift Shop
Pick out a unique gift for a friend or a souvenir for yourself.
- Tram Ride
(weather permitting) Catch a guided tram tour of the outdoor hatchery ponds after the dive show.
- Fishing Pond
Free fishing for rainbow trout or channel catfish. We supply rods, bait and instruction.
- Wetlands Trail
Explore the fascinating aspects of this valuable but rapidly vanishing ecosystem along a 1.3 mile ADA-accessible trail.
- Richard M. Hart & Johnny Morris Conservation Center
Dedicated to conservation and hunting and fishing education, this building houses classrooms and a fully equipped conference center.