Before the Summer comes to an end and kids head back to school, there’s still time to capture and captivate their creativity and imagination with several exhibits located right here in Connecticut. Here’s a list of some enticing and hands-on exhibits that the entire family can enjoy, but especially the kids.
Camels are coming to Connecticut’s only zoo this summer.
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A day out with the kids need not cost much – or anything for that matter. There are a lot of places to go in Connecticut that are free or require a small or comparatively small admission fee.
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Beardsley Zoo says it’s receiving a $78,000 grant to help it train youths in wildlife conservation.
Pack a lunch and enjoy a day at the Zoo. Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo is Connecticut’s only zoo. The zoo has new animals and a new play ground this year. Check out the museum pass from your local library to enjoy free zoo admission for up to two adults and four children.
The zoo is the perfect size to enjoy on a nice day. The exhibits concentrate on animals in both North and South America. The free-roaming peacocks and guinea hens may lead to an animal encounter anywhere on the zoo grounds. Animal tracks painted on the zoo paths help little ones find the next display.
Whether it’s sports, museums, zoos or just a day on the farm, there’s something for your family to do and enjoy.
An endangered Brazilian ocelot kitten born at Connecticut’s only zoo is making its public debut.