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Kellogg Environmental Center and Osborne Homestead Museum

Plan Your Visit


You can enjoy the exhibits and grounds of the environmental center and museum.  The estate is adjacent to Osbornedale State Park.  Together they offer a variety of hiking trails and habitats for you to explore.  You may participate in a program or take advantage of self guiding materials provided below.
 
Picnic tables are available for use and bathroom facilities are available in the Kellogg Environmental Center.  When visiting the Kellogg Environmental Center and Osborne Homestead Museum, please verify days and times they are open.  
 
The following materials may help in planning your day
 
When Preparing To Visit, Please Remember
  • Dress for the weather.
  • Wear sturdy shoes, with closed toes for hiking the trails.
    • Trails range from easy to moderate levels.
    • Please stay on trails and do not remove plants or animals from the park or garden.
  • Bring water for you and your pets.
  • Pets must be leashed and under control.
  • Clean up and dispose of pet waste properly, in bags and place bags in trash bins, if available, or take home for proper disposal.
  • Be courteous of others visiting the site and respect programs in session.
  • Picnic tables are available.
  • Donations are welcome.
Content last updated May 2020