Stop by and enjoy a bowl of homemade soup on a chilly day. Open daily 11~4.
Are you looking for volunteer opportunities? Is community service one of your goals for 2014? We’ve got the place for you. Whether you’re a member or non-member, consider becoming a Bernheim volunteer. We couldn’t do it without them. Bernheim volunteers are critical to our success. And there are tons of ways you can help. If […]
Feeling a little cooped up? Too many snow days indoors? Then put on your coat, hat, and gloves and head outdoors to connect with nature at Bernheim this weekend. It’s the third Saturday of the month and that means it’s ECO Kids Discovery Day. This Saturday is all about Fossil Fun. Investigate fossils and unlock […]
Due to winter weather road conditions the January Backroads tour has been cancelled. Join us for future Bernheim Backroads programs. These provide the perfect way to enjoy a guided tour of Bernheim’s best hidden spots, such as the Wison Creek stream restoration site, beaver ponds, and Bernheim’s historic fire tower. In early spring Bernheim’s wetlands will be enlivened by the activities of breeding […]
While Mother Nature and the unsafe road conditions forced us cancel our annual Holiday Open House earlier this month, there is still time to shop at the Bernheim Visitor Center gift shop for lots of great nature related toys, books, home décor and apparel for adults and children. You can also find handmade jewelry and […]
The American holly (Ilex opaca) is among the most recognizable plants in holiday decoration and imagery. Lore surrounding the species has played an important part in its popularity for centuries: promoting wealth, tranquility, and foresight. Civilizations throughout history have used floral arrangements to convey their messages and commonly contained sprigs of colorful holly. This tradition […]