10% discount on all Annenberg Center Live Performances
Morris Arboretum has partnered with the Annenberg Center to offer our members a discount. Arboretum Members will enjoy a 10% discount on all Annenberg Center Live Performances, October – May. Members can enter the promo code, Arboretum10, online or mention it while speaking to the box office to obtain the discount.
ACCESS Cardholders (those Pennsylvania residents who monitor their government issued cash, food, or medical benefits with an ACCESS card), are invited to visit Morris Arboretum with this special discount. One (1) ACCESS Card admits up to four (4) family members at a rate of $2 per person – including the ACCESS Cardholder. Admission is to be paid by the visitor, not through their EBT card. The ACCESS admission discount is not valid on special exhibitions or features, or with any other offers or group rates. Visit www.art-reach.org for additional information.
The American Horticultural Society (AHS) Reciprocal Admission Program (RAP) offers members of participating gardens free admission to the Morris Arboretum. A valid membership card from a participating garden must be presented. Click here for a list of participating gardens. Based on the 90-mile exclusion policy of the RAP Program, members of Bartram’s Gardens, Camden Children’s Garden, Great Valley Nature Center, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Rutgers Gardens, Tyler Arboretum, University of Delaware Botanic Gardens, and Winterthur are not eligible for free admission. Directories are also for sale in the Shop at the Morris Arboretum. RAP discounts do not apply to special ticketed events, such as concerts, or members only events.
Penn students, alumni, faculty, and staff receive complimentary admission upon showing a valid PennCard.
Morris Arboretum welcomes veterans to visit free on Veterans Day and Memorial Day.
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For the safety of our visitors and to preserve the structural integrity of our tree collection, climbing or sitting on the limbs of trees is not permitted. Thank you!
Renovations began in January on the George D. Widener Education & Visitor Center. The project includes the expansion of the building’s main entrance, and the installation of automatic front doors that will comply with ADA standards for accessible design. The entrance will also be more stroller friendly, making it easier for families to navigate the building.
Visitor Center Plaza
In addition to the improvements being made to the building itself, the surrounding plaza will also be enlarged and enhanced.A new 30x30 area will provide a larger gathering space for tours, and will help reduce congestion on high visitation days. The larger terrace will also feature sitting walls and benches toprovide additional seating.
The membership kiosk will be relocated within the plaza and will be expanded to enable staff to welcome visitors more efficiently. New plantings will be added. When finished, the area will provide a pleasant, relaxing space for visitors to gather and linger.
Closure and Visitor Access
The Shop at Morris Arboretum will remain closed until construction is completed toward the end of March. Visitors and those enrolled in classes may encounter inconveniences which we apologize for in advance. The Visitor Center remains open for programs (like classes) and conveniences. Look for signage indicating an alternative entrance.
Morris Arboretum wishes to thank longtime Arboretum friend, Edith Dixon for making these enhancements possible. This attractive new area will allow the Arboretum to accommodate a broader audience and its improved functioning will enhance the experience of every visitor.