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  2. Stamford Museum & Nature Center

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    Stamford Museum & Nature Center. Main Entrance 39 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford CT 06903. Farmhouse Entrance 151 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford CT 06903. Phone: 203.977.6521 Email: info@stamfordmuseum.org

  3. Visit | Stamford Museum & Nature Center

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    Stamford Museum & Nature Center. Main Entrance 39 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford CT 06903. Farmhouse Entrance 151 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford CT 06903. Phone: 203.977.6521 Email: info@stamfordmuseum.org

  4. Stamford Museum & Nature Center - All You Need ... - Tripadvisor

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    About. Seasonal fun awaits you at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center. The 118-acre property is home to Heckscher Farm, an 18-acre working farm; Overbrook Nature Center; the Bendel Mansion, with changing exhibitions and pieces from the Museum’s permanent collection; an otter pond; Nature’s Playground; the Stamford Observatory; Animal Embassy; and more than 80 acres of hiking trails.

  5. Stamford Museum & Nature Center - Wikipedia

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    Located in the woods of North Stamford, Connecticut, the 118-acre museum property is home to a 10-acre working farm, a Tudor-style museum and gallery which hosts exhibitions, an interactive nature center, 80 acres of outdoor trails, a large planetarium, a 4-story observatory with a research telescope, an otter pond, and a large playground designed for children to experience animals' perspective on nature.

  6. Stamford Museum & Nature Center - ctmq.org

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    The Stamford Museum & Nature Center is a whole lot of everything. Nature center, farm, petting zoo, natural history museum, history museum, art museum, children’s museum, a large planetarium, a 4-story observatory with a research telescope, event space, and hiking trails with access to the Bartlett Arboretum trails… here’s what they say about themselves:

  7. Stamford Museum & Nature Center - Home - Facebook

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    The SM&NC is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art, the natural and agricultural... 39 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford, CT 06903 Stamford Museum & Nature Center - Home Facebook

  8. Stamford Museum & Nature Center - Venue - WeddingWire

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    Stamford Museum & Nature Center is a historic wedding venue located in Stamford, Connecticut. Less than an hour outside of New York City, this picturesque mansion was once the estate of businessman, fashion designer and philanthropist Henri Bendel.

  9. Stamford Museum & Nature Center | Visit CT

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    The 118-acre property is home to Heckscher Farm, an 18-acre working New England farm with heritage breeds of animals; the Stamford Observatory, open for viewings of the night sky on Friday nights; Heckscher WILD!, featuring exotic animals from across the globe; Overbrook Nature Center; the Bendel Mansion, once the summer home of famed New York retailer Henri Bendel, which now houses museum galleries with changing exhibitions and pieces from the Museum’s permanent collection; an otter pond ...

  10. Plan your visit to Stamford Museum & Nature Center

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    Stamford Museum & Nature Center is at 39 Scofieldtown Road. Members are welcome and enjoy free admission; all visits require preregistration. Not a member yet? Click here to join. The general ...

  11. Stamford Museum & Nature Center - Yelp

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    Lovely park located in Stamford, we visited for the Birds in Art traveling exhibit, and walked about the lovely trails & animal pens after. The Birds exhibit was beautiful. The animals all have perfectly sized clean pens and look to be very well taken care of, a steer & goat were especially pettably friendly.