One of the nation’s most biodiverse regions sits just 75 miles from Cincinnati.

We’re bringing it even closer.

The 20,000-acre Richard & Lucile Durrell Edge of Appalachia Preserve System in Adams County is home to hundreds of plant, mammal, insect and bird species. By bringing it to the heart of Cincinnati, you will be able to start your own adventure. Sensory-rich pathways will fill you with the sights, sounds, textures and smells of the natural world. Exhibit elements will encourage you to explore and live animal encounters will introduce you to our wild neighbors.