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Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is a historic public garden and educational institution. It promotes an understanding of the relationship between plants, people and place through programs that integrate science, art and the...more
All reviews rose garden garden railway train display chestnut hill swan pond bird's nest plants and trees canopy walk train layout lovely place to visit university of pennsylvania city limits all ages scavenger hunt great for kids gift shop nice walk
The admission per each adult is $19.00. If you live locally, consider upgrading to an annual membership. Large vehicles and RVs may park in the field near where you pay. A cafe and gift shop are available. Look online for ongoing classes. Bathrooms are located...More
Any acres saved from development are worth visiting and Morris Arboretum is a lovely 26 acres seemingly in the countryside of Philadelphia - This was a family's country estate that has come to be owned by U. Penn. The mansion house still stands - rather...More
This place is serene and beautiful. Only about 30 minute drive from center city. The more adventurous can bike, too, or there’s mass transit. We took a Lyft and stopped st Dalessandro’s for lunch. The arboretum has nice sculptures, in addition to a giant tree...More
I visited with my dad on a weekday in July. He's into birding and taking pictures of flowers. While July isn't the best time for birding, he still enjoyed the walk. I also enjoyed our visit. They have lovely grounds here. Lots of lush greenery,...More
I attended a wedding here on July 12th. This Arboretum has lots of lush greenery and a great variety of flowers. It is so picturesque. Also the reception here had delicious food and very polite staff members. The night breezes and the tent set up...More
Our first time visiting. Convenient location with plenty of parking. We were able to get a season pass from our local library so our visit did not cost us anything. The grounds were well maintained with various sculptures scattered around. The model train town was...More
I have three boys ages 10-13 and since we were in the neighborhood we stopped in Morris Arboretum. We had been years ago when they were little to see the train display but always went when it was fall or winter. So nice to enjoy...More
I just showed up and a very nice man at the gate sold me the ticket and told me what plants were looking good at the moment, how long it would take to get to different bits, and the things he thought I ought not to miss.