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Cayuga Nature Center

1420 Taughannock Boulevard
607-273-6260

About Us:

The Nature Center cultivates an awareness, appreciation, and responsibility for the natural world through outdoor and environmental education. The goal is to transform the Nature Center into a premier educational center for teaching and learning about the impact of climate change on the fauna and flora of Tompkins County.



Reviews

Christopher Froehlich

Rating:
Friday, April 27, 2018
Friendly, educated, affable staff to answer all of your questions. The tree house built by the Ithaca high school is a must. Catch the butterfly garden as soon as it opens. The trails are great any time of year. The rescue animals are fun to watch and learn about anytime. Kids will always have fun.

Wenchao Gu

Rating:
Saturday, April 21, 2018
Staff are very friendly and helpful. There aren't a lot to do especially in the winter time. Hopefully it gets better in the summer. Not many animals around. The indoor space smells bad. Toys in the playroom are fun but quite old and a bit dirty.

David Channin

Rating:
Sunday, June 3, 2018
Small nature center just north of Ithaca near the shore of Cayuga Lake. Educational exhibits with live native and exotic animals. Small hiking trail leads to Denison Falls and 6 story tree house great for kids to climb.

Enigma Raven

Rating:
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
The tree house is amazing and I love the animals. Inside is not that great but it definitely worth going for the trail, tree house, animals and view.

Caesar Castillo

Rating:
Friday, April 13, 2018
Great place with live animals and a kids room with a mini library and learning toys. Great staff.

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