Bryant Edwards Learning Center – Exhibit Hall
The exhibit hall contains numerous live exhibits, from amphibians to arachnids there is plenty to see and observe! Seasonal exhibits ensure that there’s always something new to discover at RBNC!
Ruby N. Priddy Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
The Ruby N. Priddy Butterfly and Nature Conservatory is a one-of-a-kind, state-of-the-art, 7,000 sq. ft. glass structure. It is stocked with native butterflies and landscaped with prairie grasses, trees, shrubs, and wildflowers of the Rolling Plains.
Come out and see RBNC’s butterfly enclosure! Peyton’s Place is filled with flowering plants and hundreds of gorgeous, living butterflies. These beautiful, delicate creatures will delight you as they flutter through the vegetation, stop to sip nectar, and occasionally alight on lucky visitors.
Nature Trails and Wetlands
RBNC has over 17 acres of bottom land forest and wetlands. Come on out and and see if you can spot native birds such as cardinals, blue jays, woodpeckers, mockingbirds, robins, wrens, and red winged black birds. We also have families of skunks, grey fox, raccoons, opposums, and so much more!
Rotary North Library
The library contains many resources, including field guides, children’s stories, and computers.
Nature Gift Shop
Your source for nature themed and eco-friendly gifts for all ages!
Elizabeth Prothro Pavilion and J. S. Bridwell Terrace
The Elizabeth Prothro Pavilion is a 7,000 sq.ft. outdoor covered area overlooking 15 acres of wooded forest. The J.S. Bridwell Terrace is an uncovered area that’s planted with native vegetation, both are great places to relax and enjoy a nice picnic!
United Children’s Garden
The Children’s Garden is teeming with life, take a walk down the winding path and discover a waterfall and pond, flowers, butterflies and more!