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*[[Agricultural Village at Awbury Arboretum]]
*[[Agricultural Village at Awbury Arboretum]]
*[[Philly Goat Project (PGP)]]
*[[Talking Stick Learning Center]]
*[[Talking Stick Learning Center]]

Latest revision as of 17:58, 1 April 2021


Urban Location, Natural Landscape, Historic Setting

Visitors enjoy Awbury Arboretum.

Tucked away in the historic Germantown neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia, Awbury Arboretum is a vibrant landscape with a rich history. Once the private enclave of an extended Quaker family, Awbury Arboretum has been open to the public free of charge as a public park and arboretum for nearly 100 years. Its 55-acre historic landscape now stands as a green oasis in a densely-populated urban environment.

Nature, history, and community intersect at Awbury, and the Awbury Arboretum Association is committed to stewarding the relationships between these three pillars of our mission, and continuing to tell and write its story.

Please take some time to explore the Arboretum online, and then come experience it in person. We know you’ll be glad you did.

Note:  The above descriptive information came from the organization's About Awbury Arboretum page.


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