The Arnold Arboretum is a living museum of plants, and the growing season offers the perfect time to explore its meaning and diversity. From opportunities to learn about important topics in classes and lectures to informal gatherings in the landscape like Tree Mobs™ and Bonsai and Penjing Pavilion Open Houses, the Arboretum strives to engage the public to cultivate a deeper appreciation of nature through this world-class collections of plants. Guided tours of the landscape with knowledgeable docents alert visitors to seasonal change in the landscape, art exhibitions offer new perspectives, and free family activities help visitors of all ages to enjoy and learn about plants. Explore, engage, and see what the Arboretum has to offer!
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