Water Pavillion at the EcoTarium

The EcoTarium is the best science and nature museum in the Worcester area, but that’s mainly because it’s the only science and nature museum in Worcester. It’s not that it’s a terrible place. I’ve been to far worse, like the Turepentine Creek Wildlife Refuge outside of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, where I was praying that a lion would break out of its cage and maul me just to put me out of my misery. But it is clear that the EcoTarium is not nearly at its full potential. The outdoor habitats are especially crude to the point of being sad, and duct tape holds some of the playground equipment together. Though the inside exhibits are much better, a few million dollars would really help the place out. This is a little gem that needs some major polishing, but I’m happy to know that it’s there and hopeful that some day the whole place will be as pleasant as the little water pavillion pictured here.

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