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John Janzen Nature Centre

Have you ever wondered how a beaver builds its dam, or how a spider spins its web? Well, the people at the John Janzen Nature Centre know the answers to these questions and more! Located in the Edmonton River Valley, this nature centre has lots to offer for both kids and adults interested in how nature works.

This is a great place for kids! At the nature centre you can get the opportunity to see and touch baby bunnies, chicks, and even baby bugs. They also have trails you can hike on. So if you are in the Edmonton area, go and visit the John Janzen Nature Centre.

John Janzen Nature Centre

John Janzen Nature Centre