Arnold Arboretum, Boston
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
See the rich collection of plants at Arnold Arboretum, a conservation and research institution whose history stretches back to 19th century. The arboretum, a department of Harvard University, occupies 114 ha (281 acres) and displays more than 4,000 trees, shrubs, and vines from all over the world. It's also the home to many animal species, such as raccoons, squirrels, cormorants, and snapping turtles. You can take a free guided tour or take your time and explore on your own. Dogs are allowed, but they must be leashed . Bicycles are permitted only on paved paths. Arrange to visit Arnold Arboretum and other attractions in Boston using our Boston holiday planner.
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Very nice arboretum with many beeches and oaks in a very pretty environment. The "museum" is very small and not worth more than 10 minutes visit.
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