It’s the gardener’s prerogative to decide what to plant. But what we don’t plant is important too.
This summer, experience family-friendly theatrical performances and orchestral music in the great outdoors!
Though our gates normally close at sunset, we have plenty of opportunities this summer for families to adults and families to have fun here at night. From finding creatures that lurk in the dark to silent tram rides throughout the woods, you’ll find there is more to the Arboretum than what you see during the day.
Spring Twilight Hike
Saturday, May 18, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Cost: $22 member, $26 nonmember, Arboretum admission included
Enjoy the unique sounds and sensations of a springtime evening.
Ready to take your adventure at the Arboretum to the next level?
The upside to all this precipitation? A spectacular spring!
In times of need, helping hands emerge, and the Arboretum is grateful for everyone who offered support in the wake of the recent flood.
Quick thinking and hard work have helped The Morton Arboretum move on from record flooding.
Join us for these bug-tastic events for the whole family.
Landing around Meadow Lake this Mother’s Day weekend are the denizens of David Rogers’ Big Bugs.
Spring is a time to celebrate. As Mother’s and Father’s Day, weddings, anniversaries, graduations and the like draw near, it can be difficult to pick out just the right gift. This year, consider a tribute gift: a unique way to celebrate special occasions.
Choose from a list of existing trees that the Arboretum has available for dedication.