The AMFF Gallery at the Wonders of Wildlife

Springfield, Missouri

In addition to our traveling exhibitions, virtual displays, and rotating galleries at The American Museum of Fly Fishing’s flagship location in Manchester, Vermont, we are thrilled to announce the opening of the AMFF gallery in the Leigh H. Perkins Hall at the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium. The expertly curated and designed gallery tells fly-fishing’s greatest stories, including its journey to become one of the world’s most fascinating and beloved sports.

The 2,300 square foot space displays countless treasures from our permanent collection, features historic and contemporary fly tyers, and also highlights the evolution of modern fly-fishing film.

AMFF members are entitled to free passes to the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium. Reach out to to redeem.

The exterior of the AMFF gallery at the Wonders of Wildlife.

This exhibition brought together multiple digital and interactive components including a look at the evolution of modern fly fishing films and vintage film footage of two casting greats, Joan Wulff and Lefty Kreh: