Invest in yourself, express creativity, and deepen your understanding of nature in our adult classes.
In a forest, a tree can live for more than 100 years. But space-deprived and stressed trees in cities and suburbs may survive for only 15 years unless they receive special attention.
Threats from invasive species are some of the biggest challenges facing our natural areas today.
As kids head back to school, the sun sets earlier, and colder winds return, the Arboretum’s woods and prairies are hopping with activity.
Youth and family can experience the outdoors-and get fit doing it.
Kids and kids at heart gather around docents at the new Discovery Cart, waiting for a story.
Join us this holiday season as The Morton Arboretum is transformed into an interactive wonderland of color and light during its first-ever winter lights event, Illumination: See Trees in a Different Light.
Save the date for the Glass Pumpkin Patch, a cornucopia of unique blown-glass artwork set against a backdrop of the Arboretum’s colorful trees.
This month, get everything you need to spruce up your home from the inside out.
Explore the arts this autumn at the Arboretum, with a variety of events for everyone in the family.