New Britain Youth Museum and Hungerford Nature Center will be temporarily CLOSED until further notice.
Help us build a much needed new home for our animals. The new Animal Discovery Center will provide students and visitors with a place to connect with nature and wildlife in a variety of ways. The barn will provide a home for our goats, llamas and cow. Please help us make this a reality.
Click the link below to check out our Go Fund Me page. Donate today!
Suitable for ages 6 & up (Adults Welcome!)
$2/person; Free for Members
Class Maximum of 15 People (Pre-registration is Required)
1:00pm – 3:00pm, Saturday, April 18th
*To Register: Email Miss Liz at
Or Call (860) 225-3020*
Saturday April 11th, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Egg hunt will be ongoing from 10:00AM to 11:30AM.
The number of eggs collected by each child will be limited.
Bring your bag / basket to collect eggs.
Each child will receive a goody bag at the end of the hunt.
After the egg hunt, come back to the museum to meet our animals, play in the bear cave, visit our indoor aviary, purchase a snack at the bake sale, play outside, and do a craft.
Non- Members: $9 / Members: $7
per participating child
Under 2 FREE
All ages up to 12 years old
Visit us today at our two sites. The Youth Museum, located behind the New Britain Public Library, is a fun, interactive space that offers programs on culture and arts for children and young adults.
The Hungerford Nature Center in Kensington is home to many domestic animals and native wild birds. There is a farm-yard, indoor exhibits, walking trails, and a picnic and play area.