The Murch Canopy Walk and Kalberer Tower Are Open For The Season. Hours and Ticket Information

Tower Hotline: 440.602.3838 | Phone: 440.946.4400

The Murch Canopy Walk and Kalberer Tower Are Open For The Season. Hours and Ticket Information

 Canopy Walk and Emergent Tower to Close During Peak Hour of the Eclipse | Monday, Aug. 21

In anticipation of low light, the Canopy Walk and Emergent Tower will be closed for safety reasons during the peak hour of the eclipse, from approximately 2 – 3pm on Monday, Aug. 21. The structures will reopen once it is deemed that visibility levels are safe.

There are a number of other locations in the gardens and meadows to view the eclipse, especially the Gardener Terrace at Corning Lake, which will offer a great, unobstructed view of the sky. We recommend that guests bring protective eyewear to view the eclipse.

Nature’s Brew Beer Tasting

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Canopy Walk and Emergent Tower to Close for Maintenance | Aug. 28 – 31

The Murch Canopy Walk and Kalberer Emergent Tower will close for four days for routine maintenance and a fire department training exercise, starting Aug. 28.

Corning Lake Terrace Dedication

Thanks to the thoughtful support of John Gardner, in honor of his late parents George and Mary Gardner, the great music our guests enjoy during our Sounds of Summer Concert Series is now paired with a spectacular view of Corning Lake and its newly named Fordham Island. Learn more here.

A Round of Applause for Sounds of Summer

Our popular Sounds of Summer concert series came to a close on Aug. 15. We want to thank all our great performers for participating as well as everyone who came out to enjoy music in the gardens. If you would like to share your thoughts on this year’s series, please fill out our guest survey. We will use the feedback as we plan our 2018 concert series.

Botanical Garden’s Nature Connects Exhibit Ends Aug. 27

There is still time to see the Botanical Garden’s exclusive summer exhibit, Nature Connects®: Art with LEGO® Bricks, on display through Sunday, Aug. 27. The traveling exhibit features 13 sculptures built with nearly 500,000 LEGO bricks by New York City artist Sean Kenney. The artful sculptures depict a variety of nature scenes and are on display both inside and throughout the outdoor grounds. Learn more. 

Sandra Albro Talks About Reforesting Cleveland

Holden Forests & Gardens research associate Sandra Albro talked to WKYC about the Cleveland Tree Plan and efforts to rebuild the city’s tree canopy. See the video.

Nature’s Brew | Sept. 16

Join us for great beer, a live band, and beautiful blooms amid the late-summer beauty of the Holden Arboretum. Spend the evening under the stars sampling pale ales, ambers and stouts, as well as unique organic, specialty and seasonal brews.

Explore the Arboretum with Coyote Peterson

Coyote Peterson visited the Arboretum in June in search of frogs, snakes and snapping turtles. See what he discovered in this new video from Brave Wilderness.

Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist Program

The fall 2017 session of our Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist program is now sold out. If you are interested in the program and would like to receive announcements of future sessions, email us at holden@holdenarb.org.

Tram Tours

Explore the central gardens with an experienced Holden guide Tuesdays through Sundays from May through October.

What’s in Bloom

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