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This was my first visit to the Arboretum. Since it is an arboretum, there were not many flowering plants (visited in mid-August). Nice paved walking path, good signs on trees and for directions to various parts of garden. Seems to be a good place to...More
We are members at Tyler and enjoy coming here with our kids, there is always so much to do. We love hiking and Tyler offers some terrific trails, our kids especially like the Blue Trail which has multiple water crossings and a point that intersects...More
Visit this quiet Delaware County pa garden paradise. Treehouses for the kids, a meadow maze, trails through woodlands and plantings. There are trails inside and outside the fenced areas ( get a map). One trail leads down to maiden rock at the nice creek/ river...More
There are many varieties of magnolia trees, spring flowers and woodsy trails to explore at Tyler Arboretum. It is worth the entrance fee of $15 to spend a beautiful day in such beauty. There was a wedding taking place at the end of the day...More
We were checking out the Media area to potentially relocate and we found Tyler Arboretum. My boys 4 and 7 loved it here. They got to hunt for the giant bug sculptures, say hi to the weed eating goats and check out the caterpillars and...More
Unique history of this museum of trees. It has many fun and unique tree houses for children learn ages 2 to teens and even adults. Beautiful gardens, butterfly house, and special events throughout the year.
Some of the paths are paved, some are grassy. I, too, have difficulty walking having been hit by a car a year ago and have a rod in my tibia and ligaments replaced in the other knee. I just went slowly and didn't have any... More
Some of the paths are paved, some are grassy. I, too, have difficulty walking having been hit by a car a year ago and have a rod in my tibia and ligaments replaced in the other knee. I just went slowly and didn't have any trouble with it. I actually used my granddaughter's stroller for stability, although I no longer use a cane or other apparatus. Hope this helps!