The Environmental Education Center
The perfect spot for your next event!
For availability and to reserve your next group gathering
call (401) 949-5454 or email at email@example.com.
Centrally located in scenic Bristol, Rhode Island, just 30 minutes from Providence, Newport, and Fall River, the nationally award-wining Audubon Environmental Education Center is one of Rhode Island 's most unique meeting venues. The Audubon Center offers an auditorium with a patio overlooking a rolling meadow and stunning sunsets. There are also two classrooms, which can be used for smaller meetings or for breakout sessions. The nature center's exhibit space adds a unique dining setting with aquarium tanks and hands-on exhibits displaying southern New England environmental habitats. The 28-acre wildlife refuge has trails with a 1/4-mile boardwalk that winds through fresh and saltwater marshes leading to a majestic view of Narragansett Bay. Any or all of these areas within the Audubon Center are available for your next meeting or function, such as:
Mini Trade Shows
& many more possibilities!
• Seats up to 110 people auditorium style or 90 banquet style
• 925 square feet (33' x 28')
• Microphone/ audio system available
• Slide projector/ screen available
• 2 classrooms
• Each seats 35-40 people
• 455 square feet (24' x 19')
• Both classrooms have a sink, refrigerator, and counter
|Sunday - Friday (after 4 PM)||$1,500.00 for 5 hours|
|Sunday (before 4 PM)||$2,500 for 5 hours|
|Saturday anytime||$3,000 for 5 hours|
|Day Corporate Event or Party (i.e. birthday party/bridal shower)||$500.00 for 5 hours.|
|Photo Shoot||$150 up to 3 hours|
Price includes 1 hour for set up and 1 hour for cleanup.
Exhibit hall must remain open to the public during operating hours.
All rentals must end by 11:00 p.m.
The Center is handicapped accessible, including trails and boardwalk.
Audubon Environmental Education Center
Visit Rhode Island's largest nature center and aquarium!
The challenges affecting today’s environment are on the rise. To remain a strong, independent voice for nature, we need a secure source of revenue. Our goal is to make Audubon invincible.