Photo Courtesy of Cylburn Arboretum
Visiting Cylburn Arboretum
Cylburn Arboretum consists of 207 acres and 20 themed gardens surrounding an 1868 Victorian Renaissance Revival mansion built by Baltimore businessman Jesse Tyson.
Special Features of Cylburn Arboretum
- Flowering collections
- Idea Gardens
- Shade Gardens
- Gardens of the Senses
- Formal Gardens
- Distinct Gardens named for individuals who played a significant role in the life of Cylburn.
- Cylburn Nature Museum, with displays of Maryland birds, butterflies and more.
- A broad range of native and exotic trees.
- A three-mile woodland trail
Tips for Visiting Cylburn Arboretum
- The grounds of Cylburn Arboretum are open to the public free of charge year round, Tuesday through Sunday.
- Find printed maps of the gardens at the Vollmer Center or download a map from the website.
- Check out the useful FAQs (frequently asked questions) for answers to specific questions about visiting Cylburn Arboretum.
4915 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209