River Legacy Living Science Center

Arlington, TX

Where is it at?

River Legacy Living Science Center
703 Northwest Green Oaks Boulevard
Arlington
TX
76006

817.860.6752

Where are we going today?

Why watch nature on television, when you can experience it for yourself at the River Legacy Living Science Center in Arlington!

The River Legacy Living Science Center is an educational and fascinating 12,000 square foot nature center which gives kids the chance to learn through interactive exhibits, aquariums, nature trails, terrariums, and fun Saturday events. There are also environmental educational programs for kids and parents!

There is SO much to learn! The aquariums and terrariums let you get up close to native animals, an there are self-exploration stations with fun hands-on activities AND investigations! What do you think you might find out!

The center also feature rotating exhibits, so there is always something new for you to learn and explore. The topics range from art, fossils, to the Trinity River, just to name a few! 

Then, if you want to explore just that bit more of nature, how about 1,300 acres of it!? River Legacy Parks open out from the center, and give you an urban oasis that follows the curve of the Trinity River, and is an incredibly diverse ecology! There are wetlands, bottomland forest, and prairie which means it's teeming with wildlife!

There are eight miles of paved biking and hiking trails, which can take you through thick forest, and there is even a mountain bike trail for the more adventurous!

With a canoe launch, playground, and picnic areas, it makes sense to get out into that fresh air, and enjoy nature in the middle of Arlington!

Enjoy kids! 

How much does it cost?

Adults: Free! Donations welcome

Children: Free! Donations welcome

LAST UPDATED 2015

Need a little extra help?

The center is accessible to everyone, and the restrooms and classrooms are ADA compliant. There is also handicapped parking.

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When can we go?

9am - 5pm Monday to Saturday

All year round. Closed Sundays, and on a number of holidays.

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Any top tips?

If it's a sunny day, don't forget your hat!

I’m Hungry!

They have picnic areas so why not take a tasty lunch and enjoy it as a family on the grass!

Healthy Eating

It's best to keep bottled water on you, especially if you're hiking

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