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Second Saturday Tour: "The Woodlands Urban Arboretum: Shade Yourself!"

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The Woodlands is home to over 700 trees, and William Hamilton first introduced many of them to the United States. Explore this urban arboretum with tree expert Ned Barnard, author of “Philadelphia Trees”.

About the speaker: Edward Sibley Barnard has written and edited dozens of illustrated books on natural history during a career of more than fifty years in publishing. He is a native of Chestnut Hill outside of Philadelphia and is the author of “Philadelphia Trees: A Field Guide to the City and the Surrounding Delaware Valley”.

About Second Saturday Tours of The Woodlands:
Experience The Woodlands a whole new way every Second Saturday this May through October with Mansion & Cemetery Tours, Themed Tours and Lectures. Explore the unique aspects of your favorite neighborhood historic site with special guests and Woodlands’ staff. Each Second Saturday, Themed Tours will begin at 11:00am, and House & Cemetery Tours will begin at 1:00pm. Come for one, or picnic on the grounds and stay for both!

This event requires advanced registration. Details and information will be available soon.

Member Tickets:
Theme tours - $10
House & Cemetery Tour - FREE
Both tours - $10

General Tickets: 
Theme tours - $15
House & Cemetery Tour - $10
Both tours - $20

Earlier Event: September 5
Fringe Festival: Mary Rose
Later Event: October 12