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Trees Atlanta Walking Tours

Atlanta, GA, USA
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About Trees Atlanta Walking Tours
Walking tours of Atlanta's urban forests are lead by Trees Atlanta trained docents who focus on the trees and native plants of designated arboreta throughout Atlanta. Most tours are free with registration on Trees Atlanta's website. Our most popular Arboretum Walking Tour is the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum Eastside Trail that is lead Friday and Saturday mornings. In addition, our Neighborhood Arboretum walking tours take guests through one of several Neighborhood Arboreta in Atlanta, including: Inman Park, Cabbagetown, Midtown, and more. Other tours of trees include Pristine Forest Walking Tours, birding, and biking tours. A calendar of scheduled tours is found on our website calendar. Custom private tours can also be arranged. Trees Atlanta is a nonprofit organization that protects and improves Atlanta's urban forest by planting, conserving, and educating.
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Mamatha R wrote a review Jun 2018
Atlanta, Georgia165 contributions38 helpful votes
Sandy was our tour guide in a bright green shirt who carried a photo album. The meeting spot itself was a historic building which is now Parrish Cafe. Every few steps, there was something wondrous to see...the variety of trees, plants, the condos/lofts converted from warehouses/manufacturing-assembly buildings. I got a great feel for history of atlanta from the late 1800s and the ongoing sustainability efforts to rejuvenate many abandoned industrial locations. I dont want to describe everything and spoil the thrills you experience when learning about many facts for the first time. I can leave you with one comment - now i know the significance of that rhino head :)
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Date of experience: June 2018
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