Ken Weddle Learning Center for Sight-Impaired Children


KWLC is a place of discovery for children of all abilities. The Center has two hand crank audio players with four prerecorded messages each. There is a tree bench that is made from cob, a mixture of clay, sand and straw. This bench has much to offer the visitor who wants to explore. Songbirds love the center and make nests in the eves of the building roof. If you listen carefully you will discover several different species.

There are many fossils to see and touch. Nearly all of these come from Kentucky. Most are animals that lived in shallow seas that once covered the interior lowlands of the continent. If the building is open when you visit, be sure to look inside to learn about trees. We have many leaf imprints and bark samples for you to explore by touching.

The exhibits at KWLC are expanding all the time, so visit often. You can start exploring now by clicking on any of these images to view a larger picture.

 

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