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This program is sold out. No tickets will be sold at the door.


with Smithsonian Gardens

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - 12:00 p.m. to 12:55 p.m.
Code: DT46243

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This program is recommended for children ages 5-10. 

In order to survive, animals need air, food, water, and shelter, all of which create a habitat—nature’s home for creatures of the air, earth, and water.  Follow a horticulturist from Smithsonian Gardens through the paths of the beautiful Enid A. Haupt Garden to discover habitat stations and learn how plants, animals and humans live together and support each other.  Leave with new insights about what makes successful habitats and how you can help protect them.

Please Note:
-This is an OUTDOOR program; please dress accordingly.  In case of rain, the program will move indoors to the Discovery Theater.
-EVERYONE must have a ticket to enter; including children under the age of 2 (select ‘Child Under 2’ from above price types).
-If you do not arrive by your show time, your seats may be released to people on the wait list.
-For groups of 10 children or more (ages 2-16) please call Discovery Theater at 202-633-8700 for a group discount.

Haupt Garden, behind Smithsonian Castle
Meet at Entrance Gate next to Ripley Center
1100 Jefferson Dr SW
Metro: Smithsonian