Green Briar Nature Center and Jam Kitchen
10 locals recommend ·
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Named for Thornton Burgess, author of classic children's books such as Peter Rabbit, this nature center is great for the whole family. Tour the gardens, go on a short hike, view a real bee hive behind glass, visit the children's building for crafts, story time, and many rescued live animals on…
Check out their website for times/tours! Make homemade jams and food- it's a great time!
Nature education, walking trails, gift shop, jam kitchen, animals to meet, and gardens and pond and woods to explore. A childhood essential.
Great stop with the kids! Visit their mini-petting zoo and take a stroll around the grounds!
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