The White Memorial Conservation Center located in Litchfield, houses one of New England's finest state-of-the-art nature museum.
See a life-sized beaver lodge, learn about alternative energy, touch real animal fur, and test your bird identification skills, visit a fluorescent rock cave, and view nature through a digital macro-scope! Explore the Children’s Corner: books, puzzles, stuffed animals, and more!
The Center’s Nature Museum provides a glimpse of the natural diversity found outdoors on the White Memorial Foundation’s 4,000-acre wildlife sanctuary, the largest privately held sanctuary in Connecticut! The Museum features hand-painted and photographic murals, dioramas, a Children’s Corner, live animals, a working honeybee hive, unique exhibits such as “The Art of Taxidermy.”
Got a smartphone with a QR scanner? Investigate the relics of one of New England's ice houses. The Icehouse trail's 8 QR code stops will provide the back-story of this once, oh so important, resource.
Come on out to the beauty of Connecticut's Northwest corner, relax and inhale some of the finest air around, you will not be disappointed!