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Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden

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|Botanical Gardens|Arcadia, CA 91007

301 N Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA 91007

(626) 821-3222

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The Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden makes for a great place to visit with your family. You'll find a variety of ornamental plants and flowers. Peacocks and more than 200 species of birds can also be observed. Every third Sunday of the month, the grounds are open to families for a picnic. The garden also offers Plants in Our World and Early California History tours to groups of school children.

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Heidi Mastrogiovanni on Facebook

2 years ago

11/17/2019, 04:43 AM
We LOVED the Moonlight Forest show!
Ines Lopez Arteaga A on Facebook

2 years ago

11/12/2019, 04:14 AM
Los lindos y grandes jardines que ofrecen para admirar la belleza de la naturaleza, lugar apacible para meditar.
lsaurenman2019 on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/11/2019, 03:12 AM
A walk in the park! The LA Arboretum is a beautiful place to spend an afternoon or a quick walk. I have been going to the Arobretum for about 18 years. It is different in every season and they continue to change some of the pathways so you can discover new things in the garden. They are not only a peaceful garden. Many evenings they have concerts which are fun to go to with friends and a picnic. During they day they will have various groups related to nature. They have a gem weekend and several flower exhibit weekends. Always something interesting. Right now they have a Lantern Moon Light Festival. It is a wonderful way to see the park after dark. The Lanterns are placed by a group from China. They are beautiful inthe day time and magical at night. I have had many experiences at the Aboretum and all different and fun.
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Pam on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/09/2019, 01:27 AM
Moonlight Forest LA Arboretum Get there early for parking, and to do the walking tour early. If you get there for the second entrance, 7:30, the traffic just to get to the location and to try to get into the facility is a huge traffic jam. Avoid that car mess by doing first entry at 5:30. It's an easy light walking stroll around the park to see the light up sculptures. Some attractions get crowded but you can move around. Again get there early at 5:30 opening to see all. Only negative thing is taking photos of yourself and friends. All photos even with flash or night vision on cameras the pictures still come out blurry. Very very difficult for pictures to come out cause of dark night. If you take pictures of the sculptures those will be fine. But once someone gets in front to pose near sculptures it wont work. The park should put better lighting around the sculptures so all poses can work. Worth the visit once. No need to repeat.
Stuart C on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/09/2019, 00:00 AM
Beautiful walk Well signposted with plenty of free parking. Entrance was good value and there was a nice reasonably priced cafe and gift shop. The gardens were very large and took us 3 to 4 hours to walk around. They are very beautiful with lakes, streams and waterfalls but what made it really special is the old buildings they have relocated here including stables and a railroad depot. There were restrooms as you went round and plenty of seats where you can take a rest.
Amy Wylie Gardner on Facebook

2 years ago

11/07/2019, 06:41 AM
Lovely grounds. Good trails
Laura M. on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/07/2019, 05:10 AM
Lovely place to walk! I love walking laps around the outer perimeter of the Arboretum - and if I've got the energy, also hiking up either the "staircase" or the "back road" to the Top of the Falls! The views of the San Gabriels & the surrounding civilization are wonderful at the very top of the hill! I only dinged The Arboretum one star because for at least a YEAR they've had the old historical Adobe blocked off, "Under Repair." (For over a YEAR? Really? And why do I NEVER see anyone working on it even though I go over there at least once a month?) I also just don't understand what the problem is with the bodies of water... Bodies of water are all too rare here, in the LA basin, so why can't they just give us back the lovely little lake by St. Anne's Cottage, the waterfall (okay, It seems they may have fixed that!), & the small duck ponds that have now been dry for several years? They finally refilled the St. Anne's Cottage lake, and before you knew it, the entire thing had turned stinky green with stagnant algae overgrowth! This is Los Angeles! Can't they PLEASE hire a biologist who can FIX this?! Other than those complaints, the staff do a great job of keeping the place clean & well-manicured, and the "Peacock Cafe" & Gift Shop up & running! (THANK YOU, Arboretum Staff!) A few years ago, The Arboretum let local artists display pieces of their work out in the open - all over the Gardens! It was wonderful! I really wish they'd do that again! We've got all these excellent Art Schools nearby - why not let those artists present another temporary installation at the Arboretum? It's been too long, and it keeps The Arboretum interesting for us locals who make frequent return visits!
cmpapalia on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/05/2019, 03:40 AM
Lovely and peaceful! The gardens are beautiful and peaceful. There is a lovely waterfall with picnic spots around it. They also have some historical areas that are very interesting and a lovely gift shop.
Fausto M on Trip Advisor

2 years ago

11/05/2019, 02:46 AM
Peaceful If you want quiet reflective time, this is the place for you. Great to get your steps in. See the beautiful landscaping. Waterfall and gardens are peaceful. Not over the top just nice.
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