Morris Arboretum Offers Special Winter Admission Fees

Enjoy Reduced Rates Through February 2023


In celebration of the beauty of winter, the Morris Arboretum is offering special winter admission prices through February 28, 2023.

General admission fees are discounted for everyone, and children under 3 remain free.

Below are our reduced rates. Tickets can be purchased online or on-site. Morris Arboretum’s winter hours are Monday – Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm.

Special Winter Admission

Members: Free

Adults: $12.00

Seniors (65+ years): $11.00

Youth (3-17 years): $6.00

Children (Under 3): Free

Retired Military (must have ID): $10.00

Active Military and Five Family Members (must have ID) support by Wawa: Free

Walk In or Bike In: $10.00 (Kids $5.00)


Here are some tours and walks that you can enjoy at Morris Arboretum this season:

Bare Naked Trees Tour

Saturday, January 14 & 28, 2023  | 11:00 am

Saturday, February 11 & 25, 2023 | 11:00 am

Meet at Widener Visitor Center

Weather Permitting, free with Arboretum admission.

Join an experienced guide for a new tour to explore the beauty of “bare naked trees” in winter. Without their leaves, deciduous trees reveal a variety of shapes and sculptures to admire. The tour features weeping, round, pyramidal, and vase-shaped trees, and highlights the many colors and textures of tree barks. This tour provides a beautiful and unique view of the Garden in winter. Visit for details.


Garden Highlights Tour

Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 pm

Meet at Widener Visitor Center

Weather Permitting, free with Arboretum admission.

Our knowledgeable guides will design a tour around the interests of the attendees. Every tour is different so come back as many times as you’d like. Visit for details.

Wellness Walks

Saturdays and Sundays 10:30 am

Meet at Widener Visitor Center

Weather Permitting, free with Arboretum admission.

Get outside for some exercise among the beautiful trees in winter! Join an experienced guide for a brisk 1.5-mile walk along paved paths and get your heart rate up. See a unique view of the Garden, experience the variety of the shapes of trees without their leaves, and look for winter resident birds like cardinals, woodpeckers and blue jays! Visit for details.

**Images are attached for your use. Photo credits: Morris Arboretum.**

For more information, contact Teri Scott, Director of Marketing, at or call 215.247.5777 x 121, cell 215.805.5496.

The Morris Arboretum is one of more than 30 Philadelphia gardens in America’s Garden Capital. This 92-acre horticultural display garden features a spectacular collection of mature trees in a beautiful and colorful landscape. The Morris Arboretum offers educational programs for many audiences ranging from youth to professional and is a leader in botanical and horticultural research.


100 E Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118 / 215.247.5777 /