The Lehigh Gap Nature Center dedicated its visitor and education building in 2010, and is open to the public. The building includes a visitor lobby, an information station, a multipurpose great hall, a research library, a classroom/laboratory, and restrooms. An educational exhibit in the lobby explains the Lehigh Gap Nature Center’s unique history and environmental restoration work. Other interactive exhibits in the great hall illustrate the habitats present at Lehigh Gap with the purpose of getting people outdoors in the real habitats to explore the refuge. Connecting people with nature and increasing support for conservation are goals of the exhibits. Outside, the habitat gardens (with 100% native plants) bring nature to our doorstep with a wheelchair accessible path winding through the gardens.
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