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Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding

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#1 of 12 in Parks in Redding
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park, located in Redding, California, is a non-profit 300-acre gathering place featuring the Sundial Bridge, a museum, forestry & wildlife center, arboretum and botanical gardens. The park is located at gateway to the Sacramento River Trails, Turtle Bay.

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  • The Tyrtle Bay Exploratory Park is adjacent ton the Sundial Bridge and across the Sacramento River from the McConnell Arboretum. The Park itself has an air-conditioned museum and a park with shaded....  more »
  • This place is worth visiting if traveling with family. They have shaded trails and a bridge with beautiful views of nature. There are animals and a play structure for the little ones, among others...  more »
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  • My review is on the museum and forestry/wildlife center. This is not much of a history museum and not much of a wildlife center. Both are very, very small. The limited wildlife are in small pen areas. There is a nice play area for small children. I would not come here unless you are with small kids. They may have fun.
  • A completely charming kids discovery museum. The outdoor areas were really well done. They liked the indoor exhibits as well. There is a snack cafe and the proximity to the sundial bridge is great.

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