Adventure Awaits You Here In The Trees at The Adventure Park at The Discovery Museum!

Are you ready for the best climbing and zip line Connecticut has to offer? The Adventure Park’s 11 “treetop trails” consist of about 180 platforms installed in the trees and connected by various configurations of cable, wood and rope to form “crossings” of different kinds including the ever-popular zip lines. Climbers wear harnesses which are doubly secured to safety cables using the Park’s own “always locked on” climbing system of interlocking carabineers (coupling links). Before venturing onto the trails, climbers receive a thorough orientation. Trails are designed for self-discovery, making lessons unnecessary. Park Monitors are always available for questions or assistance. The aerial trails at The Adventure Park are color-coded and welcome challenge levels from age five through adult. In short, there is something for just about everyone who wants to climb and zip through the trees at The Adventure Park.
Qoss, Norwalk, CT
After our safety orientation, I was afraid we'd bitten off more than we could chew. However, the leveled courses and central layout are well conceived, executed and marked, like a good family ski mountain.

What is an Adventure Park? Who Can Do It?

 


What’s Coming up at the Park?

Glow in the ParkGlow in the Park: May 26th & May 28th

Enjoy the magical glow of our very popular climbing at night with spectacular lights and music.

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The Hunt for Magic PebblesMagic Pebble Hunt: June 3rd, 6PM-10PM

Zippy the squirrel will be hiding magic glowing pebbles throughout the Park. Come climb and if you find a magic glowing pebble you get to spin the wheel and win a free prize.

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Frisbee Day 2017Frisbee Day: June 10th

In 1871 the Frisbie Pie Company was founded by William Russell Frisbie in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The bakery supplied pies to local establishments, including Yale University. Legend has it, that students discovered that an up-side-down Frisbie pie tin would soar through the air when thrown just right. Later, the Wham-O company in California (which had the rights to the flying ‘Pluto Platter’) picked up the more popular name Frisbie, and changed the spelling to Frisbee, to avoid copyright infringement.

On June 10th, the original Frisbee Pie Company will be coming to the Park from 3pm-5pm and giving out free Mini Pies! The first 100 climbers will receive a free Frisbee!

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No More Long Lines or Wait Times

Schedule your climbing time and get right on the course!
Flexible cancellation policy – weather or plans change? No problem!

See reservations information here.

Thank You Trip Advisor

tripadvisorWe done it again, 2nd year in a row, thank you Trip Advisor!! 2015 Award of Excellence. Thank you Trip Advisor and to all our climbing fans! Team members will be onsite to help answer your questions with regards to group reservations for this season. Book your next group or event NOW! Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9am until 4pm!

(203) 690 1717 or [email protected]

 

Reserve Your Tickets Online or Call for the Aerial Forest Adventure Park, Labyrinth, Group Tickets and Birthdays.