Arnold Arboretum

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The Arnold Arboretum is a living exhibit containing over 14,000 trees collected during the past century from Asia, Europe, and North America. In addition, indoor exhibits about botanical and historical themes are presented in the Arboretum’s Hunnewell building, located in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston. The Arboretum serves as a public center for the study of botany and horticulture, offering educational opportunities in elementary science education to students throughout the Boston area as well as adult education classes. The 265 acre Arboretum grounds are open to the public from sunrise to sunset every day of the year.

above: Ian Brenner, age 2, playing in a watering hose, and his father, Jonathan Brenner, of Jamaica Plain are regular visitors to Harvard University's Arnold Arboretum in Boston, Massachusetts.
Staff Photo by Rose Lincoln/Harvard News Office