Open your textbooks to fun this summer

Whether it’s birding, gardening, making beautiful works of art, or more, The Morton Arboretum has a program to help you learn about what you love.

Save big at The Arboretum Store’s clearance sale

It feels like Christmas in July as The Arboretum Store gears up for its annual clearance sale. Starting July 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., guests can take advantage of Black Friday-type deals without having to wait until November.

Who makes Wednesdays, Woods & Wine a success?

Sure, wine, food, and live music set the stage for a perfect event, but it’s the time and work of our volunteers that really bring the show to life.

Learn to care and advocate for trees in your community

In a forest, a tree can live for more than 100 years. But urban and suburban trees, dealing with limited space and environmental stresses, may survive for only 15 years unless they receive special attention.

Volunteers at work

Each season, volunteers assist researchers to discover more about the world of science.

New research arborist works to understand urban trees

The Morton Arboretum welcomes a new scientist to its research staff.

July family fun

Discover nature in these summer family activities, enrolling now.

Science Camps: Summer 2013

Explore and discover at Science Camps, now through August 9.

Bugs: larger than life edition

Discover the David Rogers’ Big Bug Exhibition, now through September 8.

Tickets on sale now for Theatre-Hikes®

It’s time for adventure as “The Three Musketeers” swashbuckle through the Arboretum.