Cayuga Nature Center

Discover nature! Hike more than five miles of scenic trails, climb a six-story tree house, watch and learn from live animals indoors and outdoors, and stroll through the nature exhibits. Exhibits at Cayuga Nature Center enhance the amazing educational resources the outdoor world provides. Visitors get to use use all of their senses to learn about the complexity of our environment, participate in preserving and protecting Earth’s resources, and more fully understand their roles in our world.

Cayuga Nature Center has a great Facebook page, too.

*After a five-year collaboration working towards a complete merger, the Cayuga Nature Center became PRI's newest public venue for education on January 15, 2013. 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.Discover more HERE!

Sorry, no dogs allowed. Lodge hours: Tues-Sun 10am-4pm, closed Mon. Trails and outdoor exhibits open dawn-dusk. On the Ithaca Discovery Trail.

1420 Taughannock Blvd., (Rt 89), Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 273-6260
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