Minnesota Landscape Arboretum
22 Things to do in October
Savor fall colors, meet some scarecrows, and marvel at 318 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds at the Arboretum this month. Read More
Reserve your tickets for our Holiday Tea
The Arboretum’s beloved holiday tea tradition returns for 2021. Spend a cozy December afternoon in our Tea Room or Fireplace Room enjoying a selection of traditional teas. Read More
Seasons of Trees Finale
Celebrate the end of our Season of Trees by honoring a tree that's special to you at an event on Oct. 24.. Read more.
Tashjian Bee & Pollinator Discovery Center Re-opened
The Bee and Pollinator Discovery Center will be open from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Sept. 4-Oct. 31. Read more
The AppleHouse is open for the 2021 season! We have fresh apples on hand, as well as apple pies, mums and gifts. The AppleHouse is 1.5 miles west of the Arboretum off Highway 5 and Rolling Acres Road.
Fall Color Report
Observe the Arboretum's fall colors with Arboretum Director of Operations Alan Branhagen and Plant Recorder Nick Kreevich as your guides. Read More
Minnetonka Symphony Orchestra: Into the Forest
Join us, Sunday, Oct. 24 at 3 p.m. for a return to live symphony performances featuring music reflecting the beautiful setting of the Arboretum! Outdoor Overture by Copland, Strauss' Tales from the Vienna Woods, and more. Dr. Jeffrey Stirling, Conductor. Free with Arboretum Admission. Read More
Growing with Jenny Thull
Meet the research professional/viticulturist in the Horticultural Research Center's Cold Hardy Grape Project, who also happens to be the mastermind behind the World of Pumpkins display at the Arboretum. Read more
Winter Lights 2021
Our popular Winter Lights display returns as a walking tour on Nov. 18. Tickets go on sale to members on Nov. 1. Read More
Teo Nguyen: A Reflection on Being
Teo Nguyen’s Arboretum exhibition brings his stunning large-scale photorealistic paintings into the Reedy gallery, allowing viewers to interact with natural beauty in an intimate setting. Read More
Use our digital map to easily navigate our magnificent gardens, tree collections, model landscapes and more. A location button will locate you on the grounds and help you find amenities and point you toward our winter trails and other important places. Click here to use the map.