The Holden Arboretum is an outdoor living museum on 3,600 acres that promotes the beauty and importance of trees and other woody plants. The grounds feature over 20 miles of trails that lead you through cultivated gardens and native forests. The Arboretum also features the Murch Canopy Walk, an elevated walkway 65 feet above the forest floor, and the Kalberer Family Emergent Tower, a wooden tower that rises 120 feet above the forest floor for breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The Holden Arboretum and Cleveland Botanical Garden make up Holden Forests & Gardens, which is making a positive impact in the region through urban greening and forestry initiatives, environmental research, educational programs, and world-class visitor experiences to its two campuses
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Adventures abound at Holden Forests & Gardens’ nature-based summer camps, available for children in kindergarten through high school at two campuses: Cleveland Botanical Garden and the Holden Arboretum.
Call for Bands for the Sounds of Summer Concerts
We’re looking for some great local bands to perform at our Sounds of Summer garden concerts this year. The deadline to apply is March 18.
Don’t let snow and cold weather keep you from enjoying the great outdoors. Winter is a great time to explore the Arboretum. Come out for a winter hike, a snowshoe adventure or cross-country skiing.
Join us as we explore Adaptive by Design: How the Changing Climate is Key in the Landscape of Tomorrow at our annual green conference. This year’s keynote speaker will be Ben Bebenroth; farmer, chef and proprietor of Spice Acres and Spice Kitchen and Bar.
Kick off the spring season with Holden’s sweetest traditions. Member tickets are now on sale for the Arboretum’s annual Pancake Supper on Friday, April 6 and Pancake Breakfast on April 7 & 8. Nonmember tickets will go on sale March 1.
Holden Forests & Gardens and the Haiku Society of America are working together to create a haiku trail, featuring the work of poets from around the world. Help us celebrate this new exhibit by creating your own Arboretum-inspired haiku and entering it for display at Corning Visitor Center.