Holiday Garden Railway: Nighttime Express
With laser lights in the trees and sparkling lights along the railway, Holiday Garden Railway: Nighttime Express is a must-see. Advance tickets required.
This Month at the Morris
Holiday Garden Railway
November 24 – December 30
Free with general admission
Make your holiday even more magical with a visit to the Holiday Garden Railway, as it is transformed for the season with thousands of twinkling lights!
HGR: Nighttime Express
Advance tickets required.
How can the Holiday Garden Railway be even more spectacular? See it at night! With laser lights in the trees and sparkling lights along the railway, HGR: Nighttime Express is a must-see.
Winter Wellness Walks
Weekends through March • 10:30 am
Experience winter beauty at Morris Arboretum & Gardens while getting your steps in! Sponsored in part by Independence Blue Cross.
Penn Glee Club Sings Holiday Classics
Saturday, December 2 • 1 pm
The Penn Glee club sings their repertoire of holiday classics next to the Holiday Garden Railway. Bring the whole family for some holiday cheer as you explore the Gardens.
Holly Highlights & Winter Greenery Tour
Saturday, December 9 • 11 am
Bundle up for a unique guided tour highlighting the Morris's collection of hollies and other broadleaf evergreens that enliven the winter landscape and provide year-round appeal.
Register for the 35th Annual Design Symposium
Landscape, Ecology & Culture
Two Days of Landscape Exploration
January 10 –11, 2024 • PA
January 17–18, 2024 • CT & Virtual
Make a Pinecone Ornament
Monday, December 18 • 11 am
“Spruce” up your tree and make an ornament with pinecones collected from the grounds of the Morris.
In this latest issue of Seasons, we highlight our ongoing research since opening to the public in 1933. From a new research lab to finding new plants for our warming climate, there's a whole other side of the Morris that exists beyond the Garden. Learn more about what we're doing behind the scenes, and how our conservation research impacts not only the future of the Morris, but the future of plants and trees everywhere.