Visit Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Visit Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Visit Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum was created to inspire and inform through outstanding plant displays, protected natural areas, horticultural research, and innovative education. Founded in 1958 it is a member-driven non-profit with more than 1,200 of professionally maintained gardens rare plant collections and trails. It is part of the Agricultural and Natural Sciences at the university of Minnesota. The Arboretum is engaged in cold-hardy plant research and has developed 27 commercial apples, including my favorites – Honeycrisp, Haralson, and First Kiss. In 2019, USA Today readers named the Arboretum the best botanical garden in North America.

The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is an arboretum and horticultural garden that is part of the University of Minnesota. It is the largest public garden in the upper Midwest and comprises more than 1,100 acres. Over 5,000 plant varieties can be found in the park.

The arboretum features gardens displaying plants developed for northern climates as well as educational exhibits, demonstration gardens and a unique Japanese garden area. The property features natural areas, including miles of hiking and cross-country skiing trails. There is a horticulture library and conservatory on site. Guided tours are available as well as a three-mile driving route that passes many of the park’s highlights.


How can I get tickets? Visit Minnesota Landscape Arboretum to get your tickets.


Where is it?

3675 Arboretum Drive, Chanhassen, MN 55317, Phone: 952-443-1400

Next week we will talk about another aspect of what is great in Minnesota.

Honestly if you cannot find something fun to do in the State of Minnesota all year long…then you are not looking!


We have so many fun things to do in Minnesota…even in a pandemic! If you need some ideas for fun things to do just give me a call or email me.


Jeff Anderson

The Anderson Team

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