Los Alamos Nature Center: Interactive Exhibits Are Back

The Nature Center has reopened the museum’s interactive exhibits after receiving updated guidance from the State. Toys, puppets, drawers and other interactive items at the center are once again available to the public. Photo by Katie Bruell

PEEC News:

The Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) is excited to announce that the interactive exhibits at the Los Alamos Nature Center are once again available for visitors to enjoy.

That’s right, that means the dinosaurs and puppets are back! The State revised its COVID safe practices Wednesday, June 9, and museums are no longer required to discontinue their interactive exhibits.

The toys, microscope, drawers and buttons at the nature center are all now available for visitors to enjoy. Additionally, the building’s capacity has been increased to 50 people.

Masks are optional for vaccinated visitors, staff and volunteers. Unvaccinated individuals, including children ages 2-12 years old, are required to continue wearing a mask while visiting the nature center.

Visit peecnature.org to plan a visit to the Los Alamos Nature Center, learn about upcoming in-person and virtual events, catch up on the latest nature news and more.