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This unique 63-acre site is home to the Museum of Natural History, Children's Museum, Adderley Town Historic Site, Marathon Wild Bird Center and an extensive nature trail system that leads through a dense tropical forest to a spectacular view of Florida Bay.

Walk the nature trails to learn about
Keys native plants and animals. Visit
Wild Willie, our resident iguana and his friends at "Casa Iguana" and spend time enjoying the saltwater lagoon, home to various species of Keys fish.

Tour the Museum of Natural History to meet some of the most colorful Keys inhabitants: Spanish explorers, Keys pioneers, butterflies, tree snails, sea turtles, Key deer, and tropical fish within the simulated coral reef cave. Play on a pirate ship or search the saltwater touch tank at the Children's Museum.



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