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The mission of the Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens is to provide a sanctuary to explore, enjoy, and learn about the habitats of the natural world.

We accomplish this by:

  • Preserving a 93-acre sanctuary of southwest New England natural ecosystems for generations to explore and enjoy
  • Providing comprehensive environmental, horticulture and plant science educational programs for children and adults
  • Providing opportunities for recreation, enjoyment and exploration of the natural world for all ages
  • Maintaining a diverse collection of trees, gardens and plants that celebrate biodiversity and reflect the ecology and character of our region
  • Promoting conservation and principles of sustainable landscape management

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With 12 gardens and hundreds of new species to discover, the Bartlett is a living classroom for people of all ages to experience and enjoy nature. Whether you are looking for an enchanting environment to discover, exploring the grounds with a four-legged friend, researching a particular variety of plant, or attending one of our events here’s what you need to know about visiting the Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens.

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Join us for 2018 Summer Immersion Experiences. Program dates: June 25 – August 17. This year we are excited to announce eight unplugged and unparalleled weeks!

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