Children ages 2 and younger see the critters for free. “My toddler never gets tired of watching the fish and turtles, and trying out the crafts.” – Emma Kouri, American Baby reader
Don't forget to read the recycling quiz cards on the cafe tables!
Turtle action for the kids.
Visit with the wood turtle. He is curious and will follow you along the glass.
It's for kids!
A lil let down.
Dissecting an owl pellet!
Coffee @ think cafè is very good. And so is the food (today we got chili, grilled cheese sandwich).
Great place for the little ones, taking 3 of my favorites there tomorrow around 2PM!
If your kids are over 5 I would pass. Also, not much of an aquarium which is why we visited here.
Okay, but kind of expensive for what it is.
This was a fantastic venue for a wedding!
Feel free to touch the sea stars.
A wonderful resource. My boys were volunteers here for 4 years during their Gailer School years .,,, and beyond. The human body exhibit is a 'must see'.
The human body exhibit is worth the money. Special attention to Drs. Lucey, Soll and Horbar from the University of Vermont.
Check out the "Our Body" exhibit before it ends on September 3rd.
Soup in the cafe is good; the mac&cheese not so much