We’re (Carefully) Reopening on Sept. 8

While our trails have been open through the pandemic, our Visitor Center closed on Friday, March 13–and has not been open since. Until now.

We are happy to share that our Visitor Center– at last!–reopens to regular hours on Tuesday, September 8 at 9:00 a.m. From that day moving forward, we are open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays and Saturday; our Sunday visitors may park at the Hagy’s Mill lot and walk on our trails, as always, but the Visitor Center remains closed on Sundays.

We welcome you to again visit our center, exhibits, art gallery, and gift shop. Yes, you can even purchase our world-class birdseed again!  In fact, our acclaimed native plants also will be for sale at our front door. 

Of course, visitors will be required to wear masks, there are posted limits on the number of people in each room, and our reception staff is behind a plexiglas barrier, all for the protection of both you and our staff.

Our Wildlife Clinic is currently accepting patients for rehabilitation, but is unable to accept walk-in patient admissions. If you have found an injured or orphaned animal in need of assistance, please call our 24-hour wildlife hotline at 215-482-7300 x option 2. Please do not bring a wild animal to the clinic without first speaking with us by phone. 

Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday — 9am-6pm
Saturday, Sunday — 10am-4pm

We are still not offering person-to-person programming yet as well– check out our robust schedule of virtual programs. 

But we look forward to welcoming you back into our front door.

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