Wildflower Island Is Open!
Sign Up for a Tour!

See what's in bloom here.

Tours:  Saturdays, 10:00 am or 1:00 pm
Sundays, 1:00 pm

Purchase a Wildflower Island Season Pass
Good for three Wildflower Island visits during the 2016 season.
$10 Members, $18 Non-members

Learn more about Wildflower Island here.

Registration is required for tours.  To register call 914-762-2912, ext. 110.


Teatown is Hiring!  Interested in Working with Us?

  Learn more about the open positions here.







Upcoming Events

  • National Wildlife Day


    11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Help us celebrate the amazing varieties of wildlife that are native to the Hudson Valley.  Teatown’s animal ambassadors will be showcased in this hands-on program.  All welcome.

  • The River That Flows Both Ways


    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    The Hudson River Estuary is abundant with life as it ebbs and flows with the tides.  Meet at the Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center in Kingsland Point Park to investigate what is living in the warm tidal waters and how the salt wedge can make a difference to the species that inhabit the area.  Free, $5 parking fee.

  • Volunteer Open House


    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Our doors are open to welcome new volunteers to Teatown.  Come learn about all the different opportunities there are to share interests, learn new skills, make friends and be a part of a great organization.  For adults.

Happenings Around Teatown

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  • Morgan Stanley Volunteers Build a Bridge

    July 14, 2016

    Thank you to Volunteer New York for bringing 10 Morgan Stanley volunteers to Teatown to build a bridge on a new section of the Hidden Valley trail to open fall of 2016. Stay tuned...

  • Yorktown Civics Interns Lend a Helping Hand

    May 26, 2016

    Thank you to the Yorktown Civics interns who carried a memorial bench out to the Lakeside Trail!

  • Teatown Participates in Sarah Lawrence Study to Understand the Impact of Field Trips

    May 24, 2016

    Teatown is collaborating in a research grant with Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River at Beczak entitled “The Importance of Field Trips and Cultural Awareness in Education,” awarded by the NYS Water Resources Institute at Cornell University and NYS DEC, Hudson River Estuary Program. Recently Sarah Lawrence graduate student, Lars Freeman, visited Teatown to gather information for the study which assesses the value of field trips for students in grades 2 – 6, who visit environmental education organizations like Teatown. Lars was recruited for this project by Kathleen Ruen, the Associate Director of the Art of Teaching Program at Sarah Lawrence.