Aullwood Audubon is both a Nature Center and Farm, a treasured resource in southwest Ohio, and is an Audubon Center for environmental education and sustainable agriculture providing activities that increase understanding and preservation of the planet by children and adults through education, research and recreation. Since 1957, thousands of children have broadened their experiences beyond home and classroom to include the natural environment and agriculture. Aullwood's 200-acre nature sanctuary at 1000 Aullwood Road includes six miles of hiking trails winding through prairie, forests, ponds, farmland and meadows. Visitors to Aullwood's farm at 9101 Frederick Pike can explore a century-old bank barn and other farm buildings that house chickens, pigs, ducks, turkeys, horses, goats, cows, sheep, rabbits and other livestock. More than 120,000 people — families, youth groups, seniors, singles and individuals with special needs — enjoy special events, weekend or evening activities, outreach programs or classes. The Nature Center offers five (5) themed classrooms for interactive play and many turtles, fish and snakes to observe. The Farm Discovery Center offers many fun play stations to learn all about animals and farming as well as an outdoor playscape for families!
Features & Amenities
Nature Center and Farm with six miles of hiking trails, delightful animals and educational activities and displays.