October 17 - October 30 10:00 am - 11:00 am

During this earth science-based program, families will embark on a short, gentle hike with a Museum Educator through the Bartow-Pell woods and learn about the plants and animals that call Pelham Bay Park home. Families will be able to observe flora and fauna in their natural habitat, as well as learn about the influence that humans have had on the land over time. The fall and winter seasons are the best time of year to explore the forest and coastline as seals can be seen sunbathing and migratory birds and wildlife are more visible during this time of year.

Day of Trip Guidelines
Please dress appropriately for a nature walk: i.e., closed shoes or boots, rain gear, long sleeves, and long pants, hats, gloves, etc.

The safety of our staff and our visitors are of the utmost importance. Please take a look at our COVID-19 Safety Guidelines below.

CDC-recommended face coverings are required for all visitors and staff at all times.

CDC guidelines advise that face coverings should reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils, fitting snugly against the side of the face. See below for more information.

Social distancing is required at all times.
Visitors and staff must keep at least 6 feet from others on outdoor walking tours.

Stay home if you are feeling sick or symptomatic.
Please do not visit Bartow-Pell if you or anyone in your party have experienced any symptoms related to Covid-19 in the past 14 days. Staff will be performing self-health checks before coming into work.

Cost: $10 per person. Limited to 5 people within a pod/household/bubble.