Carrie Murray Nature Center (in Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park)

1901 Ridgetop Road
Baltimore

Carrie Murray Nature Center (in Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park)

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Carrie Murray Nature Center focuses on hands-on experiential learning, offering school field trips, outreach programs for all ages, summer camps and the Wild Haven forest immersion program for preschool-age children. Located among 1216 acres in Gwynns Falls Leakin Park, the largest urban wilderness park east of the Mississippi River, the center is operated by Baltimore City Recreation and Parks. Learn more at http://www.carriemurraynaturecenter.org/

410-396-0808

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This is a quaint, litte nature center with free admission and nice variety of animals, insects, local plants and park lore that the kids can come close too. The staff is friendly approachable and knowledgeable. They are often available for questions and more. They also periodically have insect festivals and tours so be sure to ask for info while there. Since it's free and underfunded as a city entity, please drop a donation in their donation box on your way out. Be sure to check out this little known gem in west Baltimore!

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This is a quaint, litte nature center with free admission and nice variety of animals, insects, local plants and park lore that the kids can come close too. The staff is friendly approachable and knowledgeable. They are often available for questions and more. They also periodically have insect festivals and tours so be sure to ask for info while there. Since it's free and underfunded as a city entity, please drop a donation in their donation box on your way out. Be sure to check out this little known gem in west Baltimore!

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