The Stamford Museum and Nature Center, located in Stamford, Connecticut, is an art, history, nature and agricultural sciences museum. The property covers 118 acres (ca. 48 hectares) beginning about 1/2 mile north of the Merritt Parkway and was originally a private estate.
Situated in the woods of North Stamford, Connecticut, the 118-acre museum property is home to a 10-acre working farm, a Tudor-style museum and gallery which hosts exhibitions, an interactive nature center, 80 acres of outdoor trails, large planetarium, a 4-story observatory with a research telescope, an otter pond, and a large playground designed for children to have an animal perspective on nature.
In addition to the facilities, the SM&NC offers seasonal family-oriented exhibits and weekend festivals, year-round childhood educational programming, camps, and volunteer opportunities.
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