Arboretum Grounds Tours
We also offer both public and private outdoor tours of the arboretum grounds in the Spring, Summer and Fall (weather permitting).  For private grounds tours (i.e. – Boy Scout Troops etc.), advanced notice for requests is necessary and the fee is $25.00 per group.  Grounds tours are often modified to the interests of the group (Scout badges, horticultural groups, teachers, ect.) We also have public grounds tours periodically throughout the year (see the calendar for dates and times) Public grounds tours  are free but advanced registration is required and space is limited. Call the office at 631.581.1002 for more information.

House Tours
We offer private tours for ten or more people the Manor House. Private tours must be scheduled in advance, please contact the Arboretum office at 631.581.1002 for further information.

General Information
Admission to the Arboretum is $8 and no tickets are required for entrance to the Manor House. Arboretum events and programs are also free unless otherwise noted.

Please see the following pages for general Arboretum visitor informationincluding maps,transportation options, and other tips for visiting. For additional information, please call 631.581.1002.

The Hidden Oak Café is located inside the Manor House; they offer a full menu and are open to the public Tuesday – Sunday. Advanced reservations are necessary for certain events, including the Victorian Tea, please call them directly at 631.277.3895.

Photography is allowed in the Arboretum, however, there is no flash photography allowed in the Dining Room in the Manor House. If you are looking to have professional photography taken on Arboretum grounds please see this page.

For a map of the Arboretum Grounds, please see the maps page .

Security and Policies
The Arboretum is trusted to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Agency as a place to safeguard the quiet beauty of nature. Therefore we do not allow active games and sports (no soccer, football, baseball, lacrosse, ect.) We also do not allow picnicking, camping, swimming, or kayaking, kites, Frisbee, or bicycling. Pets of any kind are not allowed on the premises. If you would like to visit a park that can accommodate these activities please visit (

Smoking Policy
Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the park.

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