**Please Note: The Visitor Center & Nature Store are closed Monday through Wednesday and on major holidays. Please call ahead on days of inclement weather to see if we are open.**
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From the East: coming from the Hartford area, take Route 202 west to Torrington. Exit off of 202 onto Route 4 in Torrington. Head west on 4 through Goshen and Cornwall. Follow signs for Sharon. We are 7.3 miles past the Housatonic Bridge on the left-hand side of the road. Look for Audubon Center signs on the right.
From the West: coming from the Taconic State Parkway. Exit off the Parkway onto Route 44 heading east towards Millbrook and Amenia. Take Route 44A to the left. At the stop sign, continue again on 44 heading east. Once in Amenia, you will come to a light, at which there is a sign for Sharon. Continue to follow these signs. At the four-way intersection with Route 4 go straight (this intersection has a clock tower at it). Stay on 4 for about 2 miles. Look for Audubon Center signs, the Center is on your right.
From the North: travel south on Route 7 across the CT/MA state line. Continue on 7 through Canaan, Falls Village, and West Cornwall. At the "T" intersection with Route 4, turn right onto 4 heading towards Sharon. Stay on this road for 7.3 miles. The Center will be on the left, look for our signs.
From the South: coming from Danbury, travel up Route 7 towards Kent. Stay on 7 until you pass over the Housatonic River Bridge. There is a fork in the road with Route 4 heading uphill towards Sharon. Stay on 4 for 7.3 miles after this intersection. The Center will be on your left. Audubon Center signs on the right.
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