If you have ever been on a hike and the sun set before you
finished, you know that experiencing a trail at night can be a completely
different experience from hiking during the day. Landmarks change, as can your
sense of direction. Even if you’ve hiked a trail several times, it can feel
completely unfamiliar. Preregistration is required for all night hikes.
Seasonal Night Hikes
Summer Night Hike: May 14, 2016 | 8 p.m. - Click here to register
Cost: $14 non-members / $12 Heard Museum Members* (Age 3 years through adult)
Explore the thrilling sights, smells, and sounds of night with
Heard Trail Guides. Night hikers will be encouraged to sharpen their senses to
be able to spot signs of animal life and learn more about the inhabitants of
Owl Prowl Night Hike
Cost: $19/non-member; $16/Heard Museum Members* (Age 3 years through adult)
Watch our site for our 2017 date.
Bring your family to see a live owl presentation and then stay for a guided night hike on our sanctuary trails. Pre-registration required.
Night Hike Attendance Tips
night hikes depart from the main building.
Closed toed shoes, long
pants, and bug spray are recommended.
Bring a flashlight with a red lens
on it to protect your night vision while looking for nocturnal animals!
Participants will be outdoors for at least an hour.
Children ages 18 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Hikes are at least an hour long and
include varied terrain and may not be suitable for children under 5
years. Admission for toddlers and infants 2 years and under is free, but
they must be in a carrier or backpack. Strollers are prohibited.
Please note that Night Hikes book up quickly. Please register as soon
as possible to guarantee availability. If you are unable to complete
the registration process online, tickets may be purchased at the
admissions desk of the museum prior to the event, while supplies last.
For additional information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call