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Description:Nature and Art Complement Each Other at The Dawes Arboretum Sala Bosworth Art Exhibition to Debut at The Dawes Arboretum and Wind Sculptures extended until OctoberThe Dawes Arboretum, a living tree museum located in Newark providing people of all ages the opportunity to explore the wonderment of nature, year-round, announces its new art exhibition, Ohio Artist Sala Bosworth: The Dawes Family Collection, opening May 1... Continue Reading Camp Dawes at Home Adventures! We’ve transformed our traditional day camps into Camp Dawes: At Home Adventures! Camp sessions throughout June and July will focus on a variety of themes using art and science. Explore animals, plants, fossils and more. Registration for each camp session includes a camp kit filled with supplies and activities to complete at home. Use the... Continue Reading Lyman Whitaker Wind Sculpture Exhibit Extended through October 17, 2021 The Dawes Arboretum is pleased to announce that the Lyman Whitaker Wind Sculpture exhibit has been extended through October 17, 2021. Continue Reading Calendar of EventsThe Calendar of Events gives you an overview of each event and program available at The Dawes Arboretum. Calendar of Events Membership With The Dawes ArboretumWould you like to give back to The Dawes Arboretum while also receiving various membership benefits such as free admission, exclusive events and local discounts? Learn more about our membership options and choose the right one for you!EXPLORE MEMBERSHIP OPTIONSFirst-Time VisitorsBuy TicketsMembership OptionsThe Dawes Arboretum was established in 1929 by Beman Dawes and his wife, Bertie. The idea for an arboretum came to Beman during his youth in Marietta, Ohio, where his father’s lumber business supported the family.Around 1917, Beman Dawes purchased 140 acres of the old Brumback farm in Licking Township. The farm, known as “Woodland,” offered gently rolling hills and several acres of mature trees native to central Ohio. Beman felt that the farm was well situated; it was located practically in the center of the state with diversified soils and good climate for hardy trees.LEARN MOREThe Latest from Our BlogSpring Plant Sale 2021The Dawes Arboretum is excited to offer an online Spring Plant Sale this year! The sale will open to members ...Read MoreGo Public Gardens DaysCelebrate Go Public Gardens Days at The Dawes Arboretum! The Arboretum is celebrating all the ways public gardens make our ...Read MoreNature and Art Complement Each Other at The Dawes ArboretumSala Bosworth Art Exhibition to Debut at The Dawes Arboretum and Wind Sculptures extended until October The Dawes Arboretum, a ...Read More See What People are Saying About The Dawes Arboretum div.slide" data-cycletwo-log="false" >Something for everyone. Individual or family. Beautiful fall foliage and currently a scarecrow contest on display. Oh and enchanting wind sculptures on display. Nice! 2020-10-13T14:49:37-04:00 Something for everyone. Individual or family. Beautiful fall foliage and currently a scarecrow contest on display. Oh and enchanting wind sculptures on display. Nice! https://dawesarb.org/testimonials/testimonial-1/ 2020-10-13T14:59:25-04:00 Such a beautiful place around fall time!! Gives you something different to do!! https://dawesarb.org/testimonials/testimonial-2/
<<< Thank you for your visit >>>The Dawes Arboretum is a nonprofit arboretum located in Newark, Ohio. It includes nearly 2,000 acres of plant collections, gardens and natural areas. The site includes approximately 12 miles of hiking trails and roadways for a four-mile driving tour.