Stamford Museum And Nature Center

Address: 39 Scofieldtown Road
Stamford, CT 06903
Phone: 203-322-1646
Fax: 203-322-0408

Stamford Museum & Nature Center is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of art, the natural and agricultural sciences, and history. The Museum is a vital cultural and educational resource for the community, and a focal point for family activity and interaction, seeking to inspire creativity, foster self-discovery, and nurture an appreciation for lifelong learning through exhibitions, educational programs, and special events that enhance the visitor's experience of our unique site.

Recent News

  • Maize: Mysteries of an Ancient Grain at Stamford Museum and Nature Center

    Corn - or maize, as it is called in most countries - is grown on every continent in the world, except Antarctica. This large, edible grain was first domesticated by indigenous peoples in Mexico 8,000 years ago, and humans have deliberately altered and adapted it to meet thei...

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  • 80th Anniversary Food and Wine Celebration 2016

    Enjoy a festive evening of fine wines and music while sampling a wide variety of delicious food, courtesy of area caterers and restaurants. This year's event will be a tented affair along the SM&NC's Meadow at Bendel Pond.Diamond Reception on the Otter Bridge: 5:30-7:30P...

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  • Earth Day Family Volunteer Project

    Get the family outdoors to celebrate Earth Day and support the SM&NC! Join us for a "garlic mustard pull" to remove this invasive plant from our trails and woods. Garlic mustard was introduced in the 1860's as a culinary herb and has since become an invasive species in m...

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  • 2014 Take-A-Hike Week at Stamford Museum and Nature Center

    Join us for Vernal Pool and Survival Hikes, as well as a chance to help serve breakfast to our animals on our "Hay Hike on the Farm." New on the schedule this year include "Rainforest Rendezvous" featuring live animals from Animal Embassy, and "The Scoop on Scat and Signs," ...

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