亚博买球app: Harvard University

The Arnold Arboretum

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Harvard’s 281-acre living museum. Free and open every day, the Arnold Arboretum engages the public through?educational opportunities?and?programs for all ages.


Explore 150 years of plants and people

For more than 7,000 years, the land on which the Arnold Arboretum now sits has been inhabited and used by diverse societies and cultures of Indigenous People, including most recently the Massachusett Tribe.

Learn more about this Indigenous history
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Planting the seeds

Established in 1872 when the trustees of the will of James Arnold transferred a portion of Arnold’s estate to the President and Fellows of Harvard College, the Arboretum has?become one of the world’s most comprehensive and best documented collections of temperate woody plants, and a hub of research, horticulture, and education.

Learn how the Arboretum put down its roots

Taking care of the Arboretum

Meet the friendly faces of the Arnold Arboretum

亚博买球app: William “Ned” Friedman

“It is my job to open the institution up to anyone and everyone so that this magnificent museum collection of woody temperate plants can be interpreted and interrogated.” – Ned, director

亚博买球app: Faye Rosin

“Staff researchers, students, and scientists from around the world can move seamlessly from the trees in our landscape to a microscope in our labs.” – Faye, director of research facilitation

亚博买球app: Tiffany Enzenbacher

“I have the honor to work alongside a talented greenhouse and nursery team to cultivate the next generation of plants that are ultimately destined for the living collection.” -Tiffany, head of plant production

Dig into the work at the Arboretum

Through research, horticulture, and education, the Arnold Arboretum discovers and disseminates knowledge of the plant kingdom to foster greater understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of Earth’s botanical diversity.

Nature’s classroom

Throughout its 150-year history, the Arboretum has inspired Harvard students as they’ve pursued their studies.

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  • Harvard Divinity School

亚博买球app: Deep-rooted connections to nature and community

  • Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

亚博买球app: Better understanding bumblebee behavior

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  • Harvard Graduate School of Design

亚博买球app: Opening our eyes to plant blindness

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  • Harvard Radcliffe Institute

亚博买球app: Understanding our roots

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  • Harvard College

亚博买球app: Truffle hunt

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  • Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

亚博买球app: In search of sugar secrets

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  • Harvard College

亚博买球app: A class called “Tree”

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Take a stroll

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