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Exhibits

Fall Hours:

Tuesday to Sunday | 10:00am – 4:00pm
Closed Mondays & September 30th

Admission by Donation

Interested in having your art on display at the Nature Centre?
Expressions of Interest for our upcoming gallery cycle are open now until November 15, 2021! 
Click Here for more information!

Community Art Gallery - Inspired by Nature

September 29 – November 13

The Nature Centre is excited to host the next generation of artists in the Inspired by Nature Youth Art Exhibition.

In partnership with Rotary Club of Lethbridge East & the Friends of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre Society, this annual showcase of creative work from youth aged 18 & under will be on display in the Community Art Gallery.


Photo Credit: Rick Andrews    

Main Exhibit Gallery - 'Built for Life on the Prairies' 

The Nature Centre's latest exhibit celebrates Wildlife of the Grasslands
It features an inside look at how these remarkable species not only survive, but thrive in one of the planet's
  most extreme & open environments.

Visitors will enjoy stunning images of wildlife species captured by local wildlife photographers & new taxidermy specimens will be on display. 


 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.