Free with Morris admission.
Garden Highlights Tour
Weekdays: 10:30 am • Weekends: 1 pm
Our knowledgeable guides will design a tour around the interests of the attendees. Tour begins at Widener Visitor Center. Included with admission.
More Hidden Gems Tour
Saturday, June 10, 2023 • 11 AM
Join knowledgeable guides for a walking tour highlighting garden features not often discovered on an average visit.
The Dorrance H. Hamilton Fernery is the only freestanding fernery left in North America and is home to over 200 different species of ferns and fern allies. During this tour, you will be introduced to some of the most notable ferns in the current collection.
The wetland and its floodplain encompass about 35 acres of the Morris. Find native plants, keep an eye out for belted kingfishers and blue herons, and learn about the history of the wetland dating back to 1717.
One of the outstanding features of the estate that became the Morris Arboretum & Gardens in 1932 is the collection of magnificent trees throughout the 92-acre property. On your walk you will see champion trees, old trees, trees from far away continents, and trees native to Pennsylvania.
One of the primary goals of the Morris is to showcase exceptional garden design with art as part of the landscape. See how the two complement one another, juxtaposing 18 works of contemporary works of art with the Victorian landscape.