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Monday, December 18

The Morton Arboretum welcomes spring with a slate of events for all ages, and a celebration of trees on Arbor Day, the Arboretum’s signature holiday.

Ring in March with a walk through our woods, your pup by your side, during Dog Admission Day. Then enjoy a rocking night out with the dueling pianos of Howl at the Moon. This April, celebrate Easter with our kid-friendly Breakfast with the Bunny and a delicious Easter Brunch. 

Press Releases
Friday, December 15
The Ginkgo Restaurant, many Arboretum guests’ choice for a bite to eat while visiting, will soon be even better.
Friday, December 1
Kathleen Spiess, most recently Senior Director of Major Gifts at The Morton Arboretum, has been appointed Vice President of Development at the institution.
Press Releases
Wednesday, November 29
The Arboretum Store has your holiday gift list covered. Shop these great finds among many other nature-inspired items.
Wednesday, November 29
Many families will pick out fresh Christmas trees soon. Choose carefully for a tree that will stay beautiful and safe through the holidays, says Sharon Yiesla, plant knowledge specialist in the Plant Clinic at The Morton Arboretum.
Monday, November 27
Chicago-based Openlands recently recognized The Morton Arboretum and the Chicago Region Trees Initiative with its 2017 Conservation Leadership Award.
In the Media
Wednesday, November 8
In the new year, find a slate of special events, classes and offerings for all ages as we celebrate a season of snow-covered branches and serenity at The Morton Arboretum.
Press Releases
Friday, November 3
While the recent wind and rain have blown some leaves from the trees, there is still plenty of color at The Morton Arboretum!
Bloom and Color Report
Thursday, November 2
It’s not too late to plant bulbs such as tulips, daffodils, and alliums this fall for beauty next spring.
Press Releases
Tuesday, October 31
Calling all Arboretum fans! The Arboretum Store has new items to help you show off your love of our magnificent 1,700 acres.