Admission Tickets

Get your tickets at home or on your mobile. 

Online tickets are sent to your email address - so just bring them up on your phone or tablet as you come in (or have a printed version) and save a little time. Your ticket covers all experiences at The Wild Center except canoe trips and back of house tours, which are sold separately. Tickets are good for two consecutive days and can be applied towards a membership. 

Adults 18-64  $20

Youth 5-17     $13

Seniors 65+   $18

(Age 4 and under are free.)

Tickets are good 30 days from purchase.

 

APO Lecture

VTS

Back of House Tour

Canoe the Raquette

The canoe program is priced by the canoe, with a price for Museum Members, and one for non-members. There can be as many as 3 adults in one canoe OR 2 adults and up to 2 children (ages 5 to 15, children must be 5 or older). Since the experience is priced per boat, please determine the number of canoes you will need - then make your reservation for that many boats. We have 5 canoes available for pre-registration. How many boats would you like?

Fall Foliage Photography with Carl Heilman

Spend a day photographing the west central Adirondacks during the peak of fall color in the area, with Carl Heilman as your guide and instructor. After meeting briefly at The Wild Center for an introduction and to answer some initial questions, the rest of the day will be spent visiting and photographing at several different photo destinations along the roadways, lakes, and waterways within a reasonable distance of The Wild Center. Photographer, Carl Heilman, has been photographing the Adirondacks since the mid 1970's and has been working with digital image files since 1997. He has led photo workshops since the early 1990's and has been presenting photography workshops in Brant Lake since 1997 through Wild Visions, Inc. His coffee table books on the Adirondacks, Lake George, New York State, and Maine have been published by Rizzoli, Voyageur Press, and North Country Books. His AV programs have aired on regional PBS stations, and he was interviewed for the May 2008 national PBS special, 'The Adirondacks'. His photo techniques book, The Landscape Photography Field Guide (2011 Focal Press), is a comprehensive handbook about landscape photography techniques. Photographing the Adirondacks (2013 Countryman Press), is a regional guidebook to more than 200 photo locations throughout the Adirondack Park. The photo tour begins at The Wild Center for a quick introduction and space is limited to 8 participants. The cost of each is $150 for members, $175 for non-members.

Animal Tracking

Halfway Habitat

CONFERENCE ROOM INTERNAL

Night Owls - A Wine Painting Party

Join The Wild Center this winter to relax and ​​explore your artistic talents in celebration of art and nature in the Adirondacks.  Take a closer look into the Adirondacks during this fun watercolor workshop where you will create an original watercolor.  Instructors will teach you watercolor techniques and guide you through the process with step by step demonstrations. Enjoy a complimentary drink (additional drinks may be purchased), local hors d'oeuvres, and laughs! Space is limited so please register soon. No artistic ​background is necessary and all materials are included. Must be at least 21 years old to register.

Forrester

Homeschool Day

Come get curious! Curiosity opens up a world of possibilities – it’s what pushes us to keep learning, keep moving forward, keep trying.  

Spend the day around the exhibits and trails looking beneath the surface to discover mysterious unknowns.

Members are free.

All inclusive cost is $6 per student, 1 free teacher per family, all other adults $8. Use the coupon code "homeschooler" to get the 1 free teacher per family.

For questions please contact Michael Trumbower at (518) 359-7800 x1112 or email mtrumbower@wildcenter.org.

Forest Bathing

You already enjoy being in nature. Discover how Forest Bathing can make your experience richer, deeper and fuller. Let us take you on a relaxing one hour eco-trip, and invite you, through a series of brief ever-changing activities, to open yourself to all the sights, sounds, smells and textures of an Adirondack forest. Let yourself be guided through a deep sensory immersion.

Forest Bathing, also called Shinrin-Yoku, originated in Japan in the early 1980s, in an effort to promote greater health among the mainly urban Japanese population. More than two decades of research studies in Japan, the US and abroad have found that Forest Bathing can lower blood pressure and heart rate, boost our immune system as well as reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

Certified Forest Therapy Guide Helene Gibbens will lead you on this relaxing and rejuvenating journey. Take a pause from your busy life and reconnect with yourself and with the natural world.More information about Forest Bathing and Helene can be found at adirondackriverwalking.com.

Cost: 

Non-members: $40 adult, $35 youth

Members: $30 adult, $25 youth

A family of four recieves a $10 discount, the price will be reflected in your cart.

How to Navigate for Success in Working with the (FIT) International Travel Trade Seminar

Is your business interested in attracting the International Travel Market?

 

GoNorth, a multi-region international tourism initiative with Visit Adirondacks, The Lake George Area, The Wild Center, the Adirondack Coast and Discover Saratoga, is excited to present an educational seminar to support the GoNorth initiative to prepare our regions for international visitation through the Travel Trade.

 

How to Navigate for Success in Working with the

(FIT) International Travel Trade

November 2nd at Tannery Pond Center: Adirondack Arts Center

 

Presented by Jennifer Ackerson of ALON Marketing Group, who brings 20+ years of experience in the travel and tourism industry.

 

Detailed information about the GoNorth initiative will be shared.

Registration is $15 and includes lunch.

RSVP and register at www.wildcenter.org/calendar

Agenda:

9:00am - 10:15am Seminar Part I

10:15am - 10:30am Coffee Break

10:30am - 11:15am Seminar Part II

11:15am - 12:00pm Panel Discussion

12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch and Networking

1:00pm - 2:00pm Breakout

 

Location:

Tannery Pond Center: Adirondack Arts Center

228 Main St.

North Creek, NY 12853