A home in the polar bear capital of the world
Every year, polar bears gather near Churchill, Manitoba to wait for the sea ice to return. And every year, scientists, photographers, tourists, and members of the media gather there, too—to learn first-hand about the challenges the bears face in a warming climate.
As polar bear central, Churchill has long served as a launch pad for Polar Bears International’s conservation and outreach efforts—and now we have a public center where people can come in and learn about polar bears and polar bear research.
About Polar Bears International House
Polar Bears International House is attractive, energy-efficient, and multi-purpose in design and scope. It:
- Provides space to educate Churchill visitors about polar bears, climate change, and the urgent need to take action
- Features cutting-edge interpretation of current polar bear research and provides broadcast venues for media crews
- Serves as a space to host visiting scientists, educators, and special guests whose outreach work and support are critical to polar bear conservation
- Serves as a gathering place for members of the Churchill community and provides local employment and internship opportunities
- Includes a workspace, bunkhouse, kitchen, and place to store equipment
- Inspires people to care about the Arctic and its wildlife by featuring live cams that highlight polar bears, beluga whales, and northern lights
- Address: 241 Kelsey Boulevard, Churchill Manitoba.
- Hours: 10am - 6pm CT (during polar bears season, Oct - Nov)
- Group Bookings: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact us at email@example.com for information on sponsorship levels and donor recognition—or visit our donation page for the project.