The Wildlife Education Center is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-4pm with Meet the Animals on Saturdays and Sundays only at 1pm (January, February and March) and 2:30pm (year round.)
Share the excitement of the Ice Age. Learn about the Mastodon, the giant beaver, the condor and the first people to inhabit New York. See a full size Mastodon skull and genuine artifacts. Learn all about the first discoveries of Orange County's most famous ancient resident.
This exhibit was supported by Orange and Rockland Utilities, the New
York Council for the Humanities and through a grant and the loan of
artifacts from the office of the Orange County Historian.
Admission is $3. Museum Members are free.
The Living Hudson Exhibit
A multi-sensory experience full of the flora and fauna native to the Hudson Estuary. Follow the journey as water trickles down a highland creek into a wetland pond. The pond empties into a freshwater stream which then joins the Hudson River Estuary.
Cost: $3 and Members are free.
The Reptiles and Amphibians of the Hudson Highlands
This fascinating and interactive exhibit introduces the reptiles and amphibians that live in the Hudson Highlands. Learn about the life cycles, diets, habitats and incredible adaptations of these secretive animals.
Cost: $3 and Members are free
This exhibit generously sponsored by Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc and Vemma Nutrition.