A group art show created by members of the Lethbridge Textile Surface Design Guild.

Calling young artists! Our annual Inspired By Nature Youth Art Exhibit is back!

family playing with loose parts at the Nature Centre

Play is a fundamental part of growing up!

Learn about the nature of play - from humans to animals - in this interactive

listen public art in nature reserve park

Located west of the Nature Centre parking lot, 'Listen' creates a moment for visitors to stop and focus.

Teens looking at sturgeon display in permanent exhibit

Discover Lethbridge's unique environments – from the grasslands, to the coulees, cottonwood forest, and the Oldman River.

Prairie Living Roof at Helen Schuler Nature Centre

Enjoy the view from our Living Roof, learn about prairie plants and discover the diversity of the grasslands!

front of Helen Schuler Nature Centre in fall at entry to Nature Quest trail

The Nature Centre's LEED-certified building is designed for sustainability and overall efficiency.

Facility Hosts

Each time you visit the Nature Centre you will be greeted by our wonderful team of Facility Hosts, also known as Exhibit Rovers! Every day is different at the Nature Centre thanks to the involvement and contributions of our Volunteer Naturalist team. Because of their varied interests and expertise, one day you may connect with an Exhibit Rover who is passionate about reptiles while the next you may learn more about local plants than you ever thought possible. This is a unique part of the Nature Centre experience and a highlight for many of our visitors!

Volunteers are the heartwood of our Nature Centre! Like the heartwood of a tree, volunteers are vital to the success of the Centre. Are you interested in joining our team and getting involved as a Facility Host? Learn more about our volunteer team.

The City of Lethbridge acknowledges that we are gathered on the lands of the Blackfoot people of the Canadian Plains and pays respect to the Blackfoot people past, present and future while recognizing and respecting their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship to the land. The City of Lethbridge is also home to the Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.