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**Canceled**

Meet Olive the Baby Stegosaurus

We are disappointed to inform you that due to the growing concern of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), and after consulting with Jurassic Live, the Baby Stegosaurus Meet and Greet has been cancelled for March 26, 2020.
Museum leadership will continue to monitor the spread of the disease and follow updates from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Association of Zoos &Aquariums (AZA). We are proactive in our preparedness and invested in limiting the spread of any disease.
For more information on our precautionary and preventative measures click here.

 


Monthly Member Perks

We LOVE our members! To show our appreciation for their support, we are now offering monthly member perks!

Monthly member perks include discounts on merchandise from the Wild Things Museum Store, exclusive member previews and more!

 

 

 

Monthly Member Perks

 

Month  Member Perk
March 20% off Reptile and Amphibian Merchandise in store. 

Winners of the March member drawing receive free tickets to our April Earth Day Pajama Jam.

**Postponed**

April 16

**Postponed**

Spring Native Plant Sale Member Preview 4-6pm

May 23 Jurassic Giants Member Preview 9am-11am
June Bring your family! One complimentary guest in addition to the number of individuals your membership covers.

 

 

 

 


Spring Native Plant Sale Member Only Preview –  POSTPONED

Choose from an incredible array of beautiful and unusual native plants for a variety of garden sites and styles, from wet ponds to dry rock gardens. Many of these are excellent plants for attracting butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife to your yard. The Virginia Living Museum’s horticulture staff holds this annual sale as a fund-raiser, but the real goal is to introduce the gardening public to the incredible variety of native plants that will do well in the landscape and to educate gardeners about those which are better left in the wild. Native plants are good choices for area gardeners because such plants tolerate the area’s weather and serve as food and shelter for area wildlife, while also providing a good show in the garden.

The sale will be held in the Conservation Garden and as always, the Museum’s knowledgeable horticulture staff will be on hand to answer your questions, discuss the wildlife benefits of native plants and help with any particular gardening situations. All plants are nursery propagated and many are not yet available in the commercial nursery trade.

Sale held rain or shine.
Admission to the sale is free.