Teatown is a 1000-acre nature preserve and education center located in the Lower Hudson Valley. Our mission is to inspire our community to lifelong environmental stewardship.

PlantFest Pre-sale Now Open!

Green thumbs of all ages can shop our curated assortment of herbs, annuals, perennials, and more! Our Pre-sale runs April 6 – 28, perfect for those budding botanists who are planning ahead!

Orders that are placed online will be available for contactless curbside pick-up ONLY at Teatown on May 7, 10am – 4pm (for people with last names starting with A – M), and Saturday, May 8, 9am – 2pm (for people with last names starting with N – Z).

Upcoming Programs

Vernal Pools Hike

April 11, 11am – 12:30pm

Backyard Wildlife: Vernal Pools

April 14, 7pm – 8:30pm

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Parking tags are required daily, year round, from 9am to 5pm.

Loss in revenue from cancelling programs and closing our Visitor Center has significantly damaged Teatown’s finances. We appreciate your support which is critical to our non-profit organization. Members will always park for free at Teatown.

Click here for our full Parking Policy.

COVID-19 Policies

Click here for our latest policies and updates regarding COVID-19.

Virtual Learning Programs

Let Teatown bring our 1,000 acres of fields, forests, and lakes to your classroom! Our distance learning program brings natural science to your students through engaging experiences with Teatown educators to enhance science lessons. For more information contact pbock@teatown.org.

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Skunk Cabbage – The True Sign of Spring

Skunk Cabbage – The True Sign of Spring

In the wetland below the cliffs, observed through the remains of the snow and ice, the burgundy-rimmed horns, scattered about, signal the change of season. The curved mottled spathe provides a hood for the rounded spadix peeping from within, which bears indistinct petal-less flowers with both stamens and pistils.

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