The Andorra Natural Area is open daily from dawn til dusk. The visitor educational center is open Mondays through Fridays from 9am to 4 pm. Admission is free, although some educational programs have fees.
Tree House Tots: A fun, interactive program for pre-schoolers. The Wissahickon Environmental Center offers a program designed for young children to discover the wonders of nature.
Andorra Natural Area offers many wonderful programs for children including nature trails, exhibits, and special events. Most activities begin at Treehouse Visitor Center, a one-hundred-year-old home where you can explore a touch table and other exhibits. Even when the visitor center is closed, there are maps, activity sheets, program calendars, and other information available.
Two annual festivals emphasize hands-on participation. In October you can pick apples and make them into apple butter at the Harvest Festival, and in February you can tap a tree at the Maple Sugar Festival.