Arboretum Art

A little wacky, yes? That’s the beauty of the Arboretum. There are a multitude of art installations. This is one of several fanciful spires. More to come. Here are some links to the web site and dates of upcoming tours.

Curator’s Tour of the Historic Section
Classes   Events   Free with admission  

Meet at the Queen Anne Cottage; free with Arboretum admission
Learn about the history of Rancho Santa Anita with Mitchell Hearns Bishop, Curator of the Historic Section of The Arboretum. The Arboretum’s landscape encapsulates the history of Southern California in one location, ranging from prehistory to citrus growing and ranching. In the post-war period, the founding of The Arboretum, now a world class botanic garden and historic site, made the survival of the heart of Rancho Santa Anita possible.

Sunday

10:30AM – 12:00PM

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~ by writerphotodeb on February 2, 2010.

One Response to “Arboretum Art”

  1. That settles it, I’m visiting this week.

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