Play and learn with parent-child nature activities inspired by the world around us. We’ll search for animal tracks, make arts and crafts, and play in the all-natural Tall Trees Playscape.
Take a guided hike to see the largest trees in our forest, some with a circumference of over 12 feet. Gain a historical perspective of the land while learning how these trees escaped harvest during a time dominated by agriculture and logging.
Celebrate the Wildlife Clinic—and the people who make it run. Meet the clinic’s staff and key volunteers, and get a behind-the-scenes look at how the clinic operates, enjoying a live animal show of creatures rehabilitated by the clinic.
Get out of the house and stretch those legs with an invigorating walk along the Schuylkill Center’s beautiful trails.
Play and learn with parent-child activities inspired by nature.
Learn more about Nature Preschool, our pioneering school for children ages 3-5.
Come join is on a trip to John Heinz national wildlife refuge, the largest remaining freshwater tidal marsh in Pennsylvania.
In honor of spring, University of the Arts master lecturer Cristine Larsen discusses ways cultures have interpreted seasonal change through art.
Find out more about renting a garden plot at the Schuylkill Center’s Community Gardens.
We’ll learn sign language and become “interpreters” of nature.
Enjoy desserts and wine at sunset with LandLab artist Jake Beckman and soil experts.
Stretch your legs in the beauty of the spring forest with an invigorating walk along our trails.
An amazing state park not far from Philadelphia is home to the famous “ringing rocks.” Strike it with a hammer and the toll out like bells. How do these rocks differ from those found at our legendary rock pile? Will rocks here at the Schuylkill Center ring out in the same fashion? We’ll provide the goggle and rock hammers.