Theme Tour | Frederick Law Olmsted and the Arnold Arboretum
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Frederick Law Olmsted, considered the father of landscape architecture, designed some 500 public spaces in North America. The Arnold Arboretum, the only arboretum he designed, is a National Historic Landmark and a model for others around the world. Arboretum docent, Bill Beizer, will identify the elements of the Arnold Arboretum that best reflect Olmsted’s philosophy and approach to landscape design.
Accessibility: This program will take place entirely on paved roads.
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