In response to the current public health crisis related to COVID-19, the Cope House, Education Center, and Arboretum offices are closed until further notice. The grounds of Awbury remain open daily from sunrise to sunset, and, as always, free.
A Nature Sanctuary in the
Heart of Germantown
Nature, history, and community intersect at Awbury, and the Awbury Arboretum Association is committed to stewarding the relationships between these three pillars of our mission, and continuing to tell its story.
Please take some time to explore the Arboretum online, and then come experience it in person. We know you’ll be glad you did.
The grounds of Awbury are free and open to the public every day, dawn to dusk. Click here to learn more about hours and admission.
What Is An Arboretum?
To be more specific, an arboretum is a place that has intentionally preserved specific trees and shrubs for educational and scientific purposes. At Awbury Arboretum, visitors are welcome to view and study the specimens in our plant collection at any time during open hours, free of charge. Awbury also provides educational classes and events for all ages with a mission to connect our community to the Arboretum’s landscape.