Morris Arboretum is your place to escape, explore, and relax...
Just 13 miles from the Penn Campus, Morris Arboretum is accessible by car, bike, and public transportation. Admission is free with your PennCard.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Free for PennCard holders.
Transportation provided: Buses leave campus at 10:30am and return at 2pm.
Listen, watch and discover highlights of Arab culture while you stroll the Arboretum’s gardens. Co-presented by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, the day’s program will include music by the Takht Ensemble, demonstrations and hands-on activities in traditional Arabic art, and tours highlighting trees in the Arboretum’s collection that originate from Arab countries.
This event is made possible by a grant from the University of Pennsylvania’s Provost Interdisciplinary Arts Fund.
Morris Arboretum is the perfect place to bring your student groups. We are happy to assist student groups with organizing their own field trips to experience all the beauty and tranquility the Morris Arboretum has to offer. To learn more, please contact Miriam Von Essen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Head east on Market St toward N 34th St. Turn left onto John F Kennedy Blvd. Take the Interstate 76 W ramp to Valley Forge. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-76 W/Valley/Forge and merge onto I-76 W. Take exit 340A toward Lincoln Dr/Kelly Dr/Germantown/Wissahickon Park. Merge onto City Ave. Slight left to merge onto Lincoln Dr. Turn left onto Emlen St. Continue onto Cresheim Valley Dr. Turn left onto Germantown Ave. Turn right onto E Northwestern Ave. Arboretum entrance will be on the right.
Walk to 30th Street Station. Take Chestnut Hill West Line Train towards Chestnut Hill West (31 mins, 10 stops). Walk to Germantown Avenue & Bethlehem Pike (1 minute). Wait for "L" bus toward Plymouth Meeting or Plymouth Meeting Mall. Bus MUST say "Plymouth Meeting" or it won't pass close enough to the Arboretum. Ask to get off at the Germantown Avenue & Northwestern Avenue stop. Walk down Northwestern Avenue for .5 miles past Chestnut Hill College and the apartment complex until you come to the black wrought-iron gate of the Arboretum.
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