Fall Arboretum Exploration– Registration Now Open!
Tuesday afternoons, 3:30-5:30PM, October through November
Explore Mt. Pisgah and learn about the many amazing animals and plants living here with hikes, games, stories and journaling activities. 15 students max. Masks required. Cost for the Fall Program: $135 Non-Members, $100 Arboretum Members. To sign up email: [email protected]
Do you enjoy walking in the Arboretum with your family? Have you or your child ever seen something interesting on the trail and you wished you knew more about it? Why not join us for family walks? They’re a great way for everyone to learn more about this place that you love together. After a family walk you’ll be showing off your new knowledge of the plants and animals of Mt. Pisgah for each other and friends. We offer guided nature walks for families a few times each month. See our calendar of events for information about each walk or Sign Up here. These walks are from either 10am-Noon or 1-3pm. They start at the Mount Pisgah Arboretum Education Building. FREE for Arboretum Members, Non-Members- $5 per person, kids 4 and under always free. Masks (for everyone 4 and up) are required.
Private Group Program
Want to do a weekly, monthly or one-time 2-hour program with family or friends? These are a great option for homeschool groups and a fun alternative to a traditional birthday party. They can be set up to fit your schedule. Max 15, Minimum 8 participants. $5 per person, kids 4 and under free. Email [email protected] with your request.
Check out our YouTube channel for regular videos about the animals and plants that call Mount Pisgah Arboretum home and virtual walks for kids and adults.
Virtual Resources for Teachers- Monthly Videos and Seesaw Activities
Tadpole Video and Seesaw activities (for K-2nd grade) Tree Frog Life Cycle – The Best Place for Tadpoles – Frog Kid! (for 3rd-5th grade) Put the Tree Frog in the Right Habitat – The Best Part of a Frog – Life at the Pond
Wildflower Video and Seesaw activities (for K-2nd grade) Parts of a Flower – Flower Observations – Create a Flower and Pollinator (for 3rd-5th grade) Parts of a Flower – Flower Observations – Match the Pollinator to the Flower
If these activities and videos are useful to you, please consider making at one time donation of $20-$30 for their use here.
Our partners, Whole Earth Nature School, and Nearby Nature, run full-day summer camps and homeschool programs at the Arboretum as well. If you are looking for a longer program for your child, please click the links above to learn more!