You’ve never seen a museum like this. The Wild Walk is the latest addition to the Wild Center, a museum which promotes the education of the natural history of the Adirondacks, in upstate New York. “We wanted to create a museum that was situated in the natural environment,” says Board of Trustees Member Rick Godin.
The attraction features a four-story treehouse, swinging bridges, and a human-size spiderweb, all suspended 45 feet high in the canopy. The center, which hosts nearly 140,000 visitors every year, celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.
Photo: “We consider ourselves a museum with a 6 million-acre collection,” says Godin in reference to their prime location in the middle of the Adirondacks.