Due to the heat index exceeding 90 degrees, the Millenium Trail and Elm Lick Trail are closed from 6/24 through 6/30.

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Wildflower Stroll: The Business of Blooming

Visitor Center

A great way to learn about spring wildflowers is to watch their transition from bud to blossom over several weeks. Each stroll offers engaging stories that focus on wildflower adaptation, […]

Trail Discovery Hike: Millennium Trail North Section

Education Center

Our amazing Volunteer Naturalists are ready to help you explore miles of Bernheim hiking trails and special areas. These longer guided hikes will introduce you to our wild and wondrous […]

Storytime Saturday

Edible Garden

Join your Bernheim pals in the Edible Garden for a morning of read-alouds, crafts, and garden exploration! These Storytimes will take place on the third Saturday of each month at 11:00 am. This is a FREE program, but registration is encouraged.

Wildflower Stroll: Mid-Season Woodland Beauties

Meet at Visitor Center

A great way to learn about spring wildflowers is to watch their transition from bud to blossom over several weeks. Each stroll offers engaging stories that focus on wildflower adaptation, […]

Full “Frog” Moon Hike

Garden Pavilion

Celebrate the night! Join Bernheim’s nocturnal naturalists for adventures from the dark side. We’ll take the time to marvel at the moon, ponder distant planets, and explore the mysteries beneath our feet on our portion of planet Earth. Spring nights provide glorious layers of sounds and stirrings of creatures large and small. Full Moon Hikes […]

Creatures of the Night: Wonders of Whip-poor-wills

Meet at Garden Pavilion

Spring is an opera, complete with throaty vocals, high-pitched vibratos, and an expert cast of creatures, each playing its part in this ancient drama. While each Creatures of the Night […]

Bernheim Book Club

If you like connecting with nature through a literary lens, join us for these monthly online discussions. Each month will have a theme or a topic and include a fiction and a nonfiction option. Book Club Members are encouraged to share their thoughts, provide insights surrounding the text, ask relevant questions, and contribute to a […]

Wildflower Stroll: Wildflower Wisdom & Folklore

Meet at Visitor Center

A great way to learn about spring wildflowers is to watch their transition from bud to blossom over several weeks. Each stroll offers engaging stories that focus on wildflower adaptation, […]

Event Series ECO Kids Discovery Days

ECO Kids Discovery Days

Visitor Center

ECO Kids Discovery Days are offered every first and third Saturday of the month (weather permitting). E-C-O stands for Every Child Outside, which is the best way for children of all ages to connect with the natural world. ECO Kids Discovery Days may include: HANDS-ON DISCOVERY STATIONS, led by Volunteer Naturalists, from 1 – 4 […]