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The Garbage Museum


category : Museums
Environmental education facility with hands-on exhibits featuring "Trash-O-Saurus", enclosed skywalk overlooks recycling plant.


Admission: Free.
Hours: July and Aug., Tue.-Fri. 10-4; Sept.-June, Wed.-Fri. 12-4, call for Sat. hours.
Address: 1410 Honeyspot Rd. Ext.
I-95 Ex. 30
Phone: (203) 381-9571

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The Garbage Museum

Environmental education facility with hands-on exhibits featuring "Trash-O-Saurus"

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