White Memorial Conservation Center, Litchfield

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#1 of 34 in Wildlife in Connecticut
Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
The White Memorial Conservation Center is a natural history museum and nature center in Litchfield, Connecticut, United States, supported by the White Memorial Foundation. The museum is currently housed in Whitehall, the former residence of White Memorial Foundation founders Alain and May White.
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  • Spent close to 2 hours here in late August while on a trip. Did 2 trails: Little Pond Boardwalk - lots of boardwalk, one of the longest set of boardwalks have walked on in US, pretty good scenery...  more »
  • We were in Connecticut for a leaf peeping trip. We detoured to take a hike here and enjoy the leaves, and natural setting.  more »
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  • This is an excellent hiking spot, lots of trails to choose from, usually very quiet as well It was surprising there weren't more people there. It's a great place to take a dog for a walk. Definitely recommended
  • The museum is very interactive for children and the young- at-heart. So many interesting points including a cross-section of a live beehive, cross-section of a beaver dam... and samples of different-colored luminous rocks enclosed in glass in a cave.

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