John A. Redfield Building
The John A. Redfield Building is the visitors' center at Tenafly Nature Center. It is a small two level facility that houses TNC's small natural history museum. During business hours knowledgeable staff are available to answer questions about the trails, natural history, flora and fauna, and current environmental topics. Throughout the year, a wide assortment of educational programs are held either on the porch or inside the building (learn more about our seasonal programs today).
When programs are not in progress, visitors are welcome to come inside to:
View our Live Animal Collection
TNC is not a zoo, however it does house a small collection of animals that cannot be released back into the wild. Therefore, these ambassadors help TNC to educate visitors about the needs of our local wildlife and the importance of protecting their habitats.
Learn more about our Animal Ambassadors Today!
Enjoy our Stephen Minkoff Memorial Natural History Library
The TNC library, comprised of over 1,000 resources on natural history, can help answer environmental questions. Whether you want help identifying something, research a school project, learn more about nature, or just sit and relax with a good book, this resource is here for you to enjoy.TNC Members may check out available books. Learn how to become a member today!
Other Things To Do Inside
The visitor center and most of the ancillary structures are accessible for people of differing abilities.