Seabrook - The Science & Nature Center


Education and Information

Much of Seabrook Station's community activities focus on education. Our Science & Nature Center is a well-known destination for schools, civic groups, and anyone who is interested in learning about nuclear energy and the thriving ecosystem that surrounds the plant. The center is especially popular as a destination for local school field trips, offering:

  • Programs for middle- and high-school students on nuclear energy and electricity
  • A variety of educational displays
  • A marine aquarium where visitors can see and hold marine life, and
  • A nature trail featuring a boardwalk almost a mile long that winds throughout the plant's woods and marshland area.

General Public Admission

Admission is always free. Tours of the center and the Owascoag Nature Trail are typically self-guided and last about one hour. Please be aware that the possession of alcohol, firearms or explosives while on the Seabrook site is not permitted.

Pets are NOT allowed on the Seabrook site.

Educational programs/tours
If you are a teacher or professional organization interested in scheduling a presentation, please call:

Local: 603-773-7219
Toll-free: 1-800-338-7482

Hours of Operation

The Science & Nature Center and Owascoag Nature Trail are open to the general public.

Tuesday from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information, please call
1-800-338-7482.

Location

The center is conveniently located off Route 1, about two miles inland from the beaches of New Hampshire's Seacoast, at the Seabrook Station.

Other Resources

Doing a school project? Check out the web pages for students on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission site.