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  • Welcome to the updated mortonarb.org!

    After months of development and testing, The Morton Arboretum’s updated website is here. Our improved site has a fresh look and even more easy-to-discover information about events, classes, favorite places, and more. Thanks to our responsive design, you will even be able to access our entire site on a Smartphone or tablet as well as a desktop computer.
  • FALL COLOR REPORT FROM THE MORTON ARBORETUM: WEEK OF OCT. 18-24

    Each year, The Morton Arboretum’s trees are a prime stop for area leaf-peepers, as many of the Arboretum’s 4,200 varieties of trees turn a brilliant palette of vibrant reds, oranges and golds. Ed Hedborn is the Arboretum’s official Fall Color Scout and reports on the Arboretum’s color each week during the season.
  • FALL COLOR REPORT FROM THE MORTON ARBORETUM: WEEK OF OCT. 11-17

    Each year, The Morton Arboretum’s trees are a prime stop for area leaf-peepers, as many of the Arboretum’s 4,200 varieties of trees turn a brilliant palette of vibrant reds, oranges and golds. Ed Hedborn is the Arboretum’s official Fall Color Scout and reports on the Arboretum’s color each week during the season.
  • TAKE PART IN A HOLLY JOLLY BREAKFAST WITH SANTA

    On his way from the North Pole, Santa Claus is stopping at The Morton Arboretum this winter! Join us to create lasting memories for your family this holiday season with a special breakfast and a visit from St. Nick himself.
  • FALL COLOR REPORT FROM THE MORTON ARBORETUM: WEEK OF OCT. 4-10

    Each year, The Morton Arboretum’s trees are a prime stop for area leaf-peepers, as many of the Arboretum’s 4,200 varieties of trees turn a brilliant palette of vibrant reds, oranges and golds. Ed Hedborn is the Arboretum’s official Fall Color Scout and reports on the Arboretum’s color each week during the season.
  • FIRST SIGNS OF FALL COLOR APPEAR AT THE MORTON ARBORETUM

    Each year, The Morton Arboretum’s trees are a prime stop for area leaf-peepers, as many of the Arboretum’s 4,200 varieties of trees begin changing from green to a palette of vibrant reds, oranges and golds. Ed Hedborn is the Arboretum’s official Fall Color Scout and reports on the Arboretum’s color each week during the season.