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This was my second session at the wonderful Green BriarJam Kitchen.
Emalee was so informative, enthusiatic and a delightful instructor who really made this class fun and productive.This kitchen is a true historical gem who is fortunate to have such a young and enthusiastic keeper...More
Kids will love story time and all the animals they can learn about. The wild flower garden is lovely this time of year and the trails are good for an easy walk at the back of the property. Maps are available. Don't forget to visit...More
There was very little on display about Thornton Burgess, a famous children's author in his day. The museum was mostly a library of his books. The wildflower garden was lovely. At our mid-afternoon stop, the animals weren't available and we couldn't visit.
Green Briar Nature Center is a wonderful stop as you wend your way along Route 6A in Sandwich. There is a simple but beautiful wildflower garden (the wonderfully helpful gardener is here on Mondays) and a peaceful pond (in which a family of swans live)...More
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We went to this place in the pouring rain. We visited the museum, the gift shop, and the jam making kitchen. Everyone was delightful. This place is about...More
This place is a real gem, I️ take my children very often in the summer and every few weeks in the off season. You don’t have to spend much, just a small donation is all they ask for you to visit all the animals inside...More
At about the same time both Potter and Burgess created a character named Peter Rabbit. I am not sure who was technically published first. At some point a copyright court battle ensued as to who had the "rights" to the name... More
At about the same time both Potter and Burgess created a character named Peter Rabbit. I am not sure who was technically published first. At some point a copyright court battle ensued as to who had the "rights" to the name. The court ruled that it belonged to BOTH. The nature center can provide full details if you visit (or perhaps call them) They are quite convincing as to Thornton Burgess being the originator.