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Head out on a guided canoe tour of Lake Washington's wetlands. Follow a professional naturalist as they explore the trails along Mercer Slough. Watch a heron stalk fish, and discover a beaver house. All minutes from downtown Bellevue.

A partnership between the Pacific Science Center and City of Bellevue Parks Department, the Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center provides year-round education and hands-on learning in a spectacular setting within the heart of Bellevue. The public may visit Mercer Slough and the new campus any time between dawn and dusk, with a visitor center open daily.

The center was designed by Jones and Jones Architects+Landscape Architects+Planners, and was awarded the 2009 American Institute of Architects Seattle Honor Award.

Learn more from the City of Bellevue Recreation Department.

Address:1625 118th Ave. SE, Bellevue, WA 98005
Phone: (425) 452-2565
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Head out on a guided canoe tour of Lake Washington's wetlands. Follow a professional naturalist as they explore the trails along Mercer Slough. Watch a heron stalk fish, and discover a beaver house. All minutes from downtown Bellevue.
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