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Exhibits

Spring Hours:

Tuesday to Sunday | 10:00am – 4:00pm
Closed Mondays 

Admission by Donation


Community Art Gallery - Never Ending Poetry

Presented by TREX Southeast

Never Ending Poetry features the work of six Alberta based artists whose practices engage abstraction as a form
of coded language. In the exhibition Never Ending Poetry, instead of words, we encounter visual cues:
colours, textures, compositions, and materials with embedded meanings.

With artistic materials ranging from delicate bead work, to industrial steel, woven textile, 3D printing, photographs, prints, and paintings, the exhibit can be approached much in the same way as a book of collected poems.

  This exhibition will be on display from May 20 - June 14, 2022.


Main Exhibit Gallery - 'Snakes Alive' 

The Nature Centre's Snakes Alive exhibit slithers & scales it way through the fascinating world of snakes. 

Discover some of the weird & wild aspects of snake biology & learn more about the five snake species that naturally occur in Lethbridge. This family-friendly exhibition offers plenty of opportunities for learning through
play with a variety of fun & interactive displays. 


 River Valley Exhibit

The state-of-the-art, River Valley exhibit is an exciting & immersive experience for visitors of all ages!
Every year the Nature Centre features at least 6 unique indoor & outdoor interactive exhibits!
An urban escape with more than 200km of discovery trails.


In Memoriam 

Peg Leg the Crow

(May 1991 - January 2015) 
It is with sadness we announce the passing of our beloved Peg Leg. 
In nearly 24 years of public service Peg Leg delighted thousands of visitors, helping them to connect with nature while dispelling many myths about crows. She will be greatly missed.




Sophie the Snake

(July 2007 - May 2018) 
It is with sadness we announce the passing of our beloved Sophie the snake. Sophie was a dedicated public servant for 10 years and helped to foster a community of environmentally aware and responsible citizens. She delighted thousands of visitors, helping them to connect with their natural heritage
while dispelling many myths about snakes.