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We took advantage of a Groupon for 2 adults and 3 children this past weekend. Arriving a little after opening was a great idea because it gave my 2 children total access to the grounds where they could enjoy all the great tree houses and...More
As members of Winterthur, we get reciprocal admission to the Tyler Arboretum and visited it for the first time today. It is definitely worth a visit, especially if you have children. There weren't as many flowers in bloom as somewhere like Longwood Gardens, but there...More
I was impressed by the creative tree houses, butterfly house, crooked house, old trees and plants and the great smell of lilacs. Great place for kids to explore, some paved roads loved the wood chip trails and the replica house built by Thoreau was amazing...More
This was a lovely find near Riddley Creek State Park. Admission was $11 per adult. It was an enchanting property with a collection of interesting tree houses and a butterfly house. A child's delight and for those young at heart with an appreciation of nature....More
The Tyler Arb has some of the oldest specimens of European trees in the New World, planted by the Painter Brothers, friends of John Bartram. This small gem of formal garden and woodland is tucked away beside Ridley Creek State Park. There are often activities...More
We got a Groupon deal to go here and were very pleasantly surprised! There was so much to look at and enjoy including several ponds with wildlife, treehouses, trails, and of course trees and plants. After walking the grounds, eating our picnic lunch, and walking...More
I love exploring the different kinds of trees and flowers that tyler arboretum has to offer in addition to its access to hiking trails. So many old ruins secretly tucked away throughout the grounds- makes for an adventure each time since you never know what...More
I wanted to bring my 5 and 2 year old niece/nephew to Tyler and was first of all surprised at the cost - a small fortune for what was less than a 2 hour adventure. Some exhibits weren't open, treehouses in need of repair, trails...More
We wish we had known that the butterfly house doesn't open until the Summer as that was our primary reason for stopping. Even though we were disappointed to miss the butterflies, we still had a really nice time. We visited today 2015-05-03 after church and...More
Some of the paths are paved, some are grassy. I, too, have difficulty walking having been hit by a car a year ago and have a rod in my tibia and ligaments replaced in the other knee. I just went slowly and didn't have any... More
Some of the paths are paved, some are grassy. I, too, have difficulty walking having been hit by a car a year ago and have a rod in my tibia and ligaments replaced in the other knee. I just went slowly and didn't have any trouble with it. I actually used my granddaughter's stroller for stability, although I no longer use a cane or other apparatus. Hope this helps!