Experience first-hand the thousands of iconic daffodils that have made the arboretum famous!Register here!
Cultivate your child's love for nature in one of our dozens of summer camps.Learn more!
Cyrille Aimée and Mathis Picard in concert.
Don't miss this special evening!
"My outdoor wedding ceremony at the Arboretum was everything I dreamed of!"Learn More!
From ferns to lungwort to Japanese maples, a handful of head-turners herald the arrival of the seasons.See what's in bloom!
Enjoy the tranquility of historic gardens or take a quiet stroll through peaceful woodlands.Plan your visit now!
(for children ages 5-10) If you like building things and finding out how things grow, this interactive, hands-on garden DIY program is for you. You’ll learn how to start plants from seeds and discover the...More Info »
Discovery Weekends return! Explore the Arboretum when the gardens and grounds are alive with the sights and sounds of spring. Drop by the Stackhouse Education Center on Saturdays and Sundays anytime between 9am-3pm for this...More Info »
Exhibit is open Tuesday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, except when closed for private events. Come and experience Imaginature: Children’s Book Art. This exquisite exhibition features illustrations, paintings, and wood block prints by...More Info »
You are invited to enjoy an enchanting mid-week tea service in historic Wisner House overlooking the Arboretum’s beautiful landscape. The Secret Tea Room takes particular pride in its collection of chinaware, which wonderfully complements the...More Info »
(ages 3 to 5 with adult) Wonder, respect, and love for the natural world will get a great start in these engaging weekly classes. Take nature hikes, read stories, and create a one-of-a-kind project every...More Info »
(adults) Join Reeves-Reed Arboretum Lead Horticulturist Laura Gilkey to explore planting design ideas and methodologies that encourage biodiversity. Bring your design questions, and we will consider some options together. Union County Master Gardeners can receive...More Info »