Welcome to Columbiana County's Unique
Museum of Natural History and Learning Center!
We are waiting for approval to be open in 2021. Please check back often as information will be posted once we hear from the state.
The Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center has been given approval to open in 2020!!
We are asking the following of visitors:
1. Visitors are asked to wear masks to help protect our volunteers.
2. Please do not touch items at the center as you walk through.
3. Please keep distance from others.
4. Please use the hand sanitizer that will be available or wash your hands.
5. Please follow the arrows as you move through the building.
6. There is a new temporary entrance and temporary exit. Watch for the signs.
7. The gift shop will be open.
8. Admission is free. Donations are greatly appreciated.
9. Check Facebook and our web page each week. Our open days depend on the number of volunteers we have.
We will be open each Saturday from 1:00 - 5:00 through October 24.
The Wildlife Education Center does NOT take in live animals and we do NOT rehabilitate injured or orphaned animals.
Please contact Heather Merritt at 330-652-3381 or Jesse Janosik at 330-245-3039.
Normal Hours - See changes above for 2020
The center is open to the public every Saturday and Sunday from the first weekend of
May through the first weekend of October.
Saturdays from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM
Sundays from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM
The center will be open longer hours on special occasions and dates.
The Center is also open for school groups and community groups from April 30 through December 15 by appointment.
By mail: BCWEC, P.O. Box 2212, East Liverpool, OH 43920
Physical Address: 12884 Echo Dell Rd., East Liverpool, OH 43920
Attention Teachers and Groups:
The center is open for school groups and community groups from April 30 through December 15 by appointment. We will design a program for your class or organization to meet your needs. We will visit your classroom for programs if needed.
Contact Nancy at 330-457-2918 to schedule a school visit or program.
For community groups, such as scouts, churches, etc., contact us by e-mail with your questions or to schedule a visit.
For general questions or information, contact Russ at 330-932-0908.
The Wildlife Education Center is operated entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to connecting the community with nature, educating people of all ages on wildlife and natural resources, and encouraging environmental conservation. Funding comes strictly from grants, donations, gift shop sales, and local fundraising efforts.
Thank you to our donors and partners