Welcome to Cylburn Arboretum, a 200-acre urban oasis in Baltimore City. Cylburn is a place of natural beauty and learning with hundreds of specimen trees and plantings, gorgeous gardens, wooded trails, and an historic mansion.
The Cylburn Arboretum Association is the park’s non-profit friends group, enriching and enhancing the arboretum in a variety of ways and providing programs for the community.
Cylburn’s buildings and grounds are maintained by the Horticulture Division of Baltimore City Recreation & Parks. Cylburn is also home to the Vollmer Center, the City’s greenhouses and classrooms, the Johns Hopkins Food System Lab, and the UME Baltimore City Master Gardener Program. Facilities are rented through the City – More information here.
We hope you’ll join the thousands of visitors who enjoy this remarkable place each year – There’s always something to see, learn and do here at Cylburn!
Cylburn Arboretum is free and open to the public year-round.
Dogs are always welcome but please keep them on a leash.
Cylburn is accessible by bus route #1 which stops just west of the intersection of Greenspring Avenue and Cylburn Avenue.
Tuesday – Sunday, 8am – 5pm (Closed Mondays)
Vollmer Visitor Center: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm (Closed Mondays)
Mansion Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 8am – 3pm
Cylburn Association Office Hours: Monday- Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tool Sharpening Workshop
Learn how to sharpen your own tools with Ann Betten from Betten Landscape Design on Sunday, February 4, 2 - 3:30 p.m. in the Greenhouse Classroom. Register here.
Registration Open for MembersYour kids will have a blast learning about nature, the environment, science, and art at Cylburn Arboretum this summer. Members register here. General registration opens February 1.
Market Day 2018
This year will be the 50th year of this annual open-air plant and craft sale on May 11 and May 12, 2018. Mark your calendar!