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1927 Map of the Arboretum

Explore with Us!

Mesmerized, Photograph by Bruce Wilson
Boy by pond looking at frog

We invite you to explore with us from home or at the Arboretum by checking out the activities and resources below.

Log covered in moss

Wonder Spot | Rotting Logs

Have you ever wondered what happens to a tree or branch after it falls over? Visit our newest Wonder Spot at the Arboretum to check out all of the living things that call fallen trees and branches home.

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Magnolia virginiana 779-87-C by Ned Friedman

Wonder Spot | Bird Eyes Find Bird Food

Have you ever wondered why some seeds and fruits are brightly colored? Check out the fruits and berries around the Arboretum this fall with this Wonder Spot.

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Blue sign near tree and mulched path

Wonder Spot | Squirrels

Have you ever wondered how squirrels get ready for winter? Check out this Wonder Spot to observe squirrel activity at the Arboretum this fall.

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Expeditions Mobile App

A new app called Expeditions offers visitors with a smartphone a deeper experience with the Arboretum’s notable plants and history of plant collecting.

Watch With Us!

Learn about plants and wildlife from Arboretum specialists on our YouTube channel.

The Arboretum on Google Arts and Culture

The Arboretum has partnered with the Google Arts & Culture, an immersive online learning platform, to bring the stories of our plants to life through specially curated online exhibits and image galleries.

Self-guided Tours

Explore the Arboretum at your own pace and gain a richer understanding of this special landscape. Choose from one of many self-guided tours to print in advance or view on your mobile device.

Virtual Learning for Families

Thirty minutes of nature learning can inspire a lifetime of nature noticing for children and their families.