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Morton Arboretum, Lisle

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Hop on a or guided tram tour through the woodlands, wetlands, and prairie of Morton Arboretum. Find your way out of the maze garden, cross tree bridges, and hike, bike, or walk one of the trails. Explore the children’s garden and the village of tree houses, while you admire the plants, flowers, and trees in the arboretum. Peruse the nature-inspired artisan-designed items in the gift shop, wander around the exhibit in the visitor center, and enjoy a meal in the arboretum restaurant. Buy your tour tickets in advance since they often sell out. All the buildings and paved garden paths and trails are accessible to strollers and wheelchairs, parking is free and close to the entrance, and there are water fountains and restrooms scattered throughout the arboretum. Put Morton Arboretum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Lisle vacation builder.
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  • This is a wonderful place for both adults and kids. Experience the great outdoors on a trail or just sit and admire the beauty. Kids love the Maze and the Children's Garden. Unique, educational, relax...  more »
  • The first time I visited Morton Arboretum was in 1956. For a high school biology project, my mother drove a friend and me to the public garden in Lisle, Illinois, to collect leaves. Needless to say, i...  more »
  • I attended the holiday lights event last December. They present a laser light show among the trees on the grounds. It is really well attended so buy your tickets ahead of time! Can't wait for next yea...  more »
  • A gorgeous, huge environment to explore - but be prepared! At 1700 acres, this place was far larger than I ever expected, so I wasn't able to see nearly all of it. Well worth it if you've got a day to spend outdoors. Will be back better prepared.
  • Well laid-out. Cool exhibits. I liked the maze garden. Lots of nice trails to hike on. Overall a nice place to spend the day with lots to see.
  • The wonderfully thought out exhibits, origami, this tear. The wonderful paths; walking or biking, among the great scenery and at the same time learning about all the wonderful species of trees, etc...Great family fun. Highly recommended.
  • be sure to bring comfortable shoes even if you're just taking your kids to the children's garden. amazing time for our kids (8 & 6) for the past 3 years. we always take a drive around the grounds to catch the beautiful grounds. never tried the acorn tram but it seems pricey and too long for young kids.
  • Can't begin to describe how beautiful this place is! The arboretum is a gem! They have wonderful activities year round and with great learning opportunities. It's a lovely place to viait!