may be the most interactive wildlife exhibit youll get your hands on this year. It pays tribute to, as its subtitle states, 200 Years of Living With Wild Neighbors. That means there are plenty of mounted animals on display. Recorded howls and roars echo throughout the nature center, while visitors crawl through a beaver den, dig for arrowheads, and tap trees. Theres also a cabin, tools, and other items that you can touch. Best of all, its free!
Jan. 13-March 31, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.