Notice anything different? Of course you did! Reeves-Reed Arboretum is excited to announce the launch of our new website. Prettier? Easier to navigate? Responsive to all types of mobile and desktop devices? Check, check, and check.
The website redesign has been made possible, in part, thanks to a special-projects grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, and from additional support from RRA donors.
We hope you'll appreciate the beautiful photography, in-depth resources, and emphasis on providing what our visitors, members, and donors need to fully enjoy their experience at the Arboretum. While you're clicking around, check out a few of the features we think will make your virtual Arboretum visit more enjoyable than ever:
- The easy-to-use calendar of events
- The Google Maps-powered garden and trails maps
- Intuitive, streamlined navigation
- The FAQ
- The blog!
Plus, the next time you visit us in person, you'll want to stop in and see the brand-new Visitors Center, located near the parking lot, across from the Mary Reinhart Stackhouse Education Center. Debuting this Sunday—Daffodil Day!—the Visitors Center features our new interactive touch-screens, which will help you decide what to explore, where to find it, and about upcoming events. We hope to see you on Daffodil Day, or any other day of the year!