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Nature's Place

Nature’s Place, part of the Minden Hills Cultural Centre, formerly known as R.D. Lawrence Place, is a nature interpretive centre with a mandate to educate, inspire and expand our understanding of our place in nature.
Minden Hills and the Haliburton Highlands are one of the most environmentally interesting regions in Ontario. Our wildlife, wetlands and forests have attracted academics, researchers and scientists from around the globe. This is one of the only places in the world where one can physically witness the geological development of the earth; what has become known as “the land between”.
Nature’s Place is committed to enhancing the visitors experience by establishing programs, exhibitions and partnerships that reflect the different facets of nature. From current environmental topics to natural heritage, it will be a place where issues can be presented and voices created.
We are also committed to building strong partnerships with a number of like-minded, local organizations and national and international associations; creating a stronger level of environmental awareness for the public and encouraging the education and discussion of natural heritage, wildlife and controversial environmental issues.

Open all year:
10:00 am to 4:00 pm – Tuesday through Saturday

Admission by Donation

Minden Hills Cultural Centre
176 Bobcaygeon Road,
Minden, ON K0M 2K0

Phone: (705) 286-2880

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