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University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

3675 Arboretum Dr. Chaska, MN 55318 | Chaska | 952-443-1400

Location Description:

675 acres of land with marked hiking trails, bogs and an impressive array of wildlife.


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    5:00 p.m. every Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until October 12

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    Theatre Pro Rata returns to the Bard — and performing outdoors — with this June's production of Twelfth Night. The wild tale of shipwrecked twins, crazy love, and a pair of...
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    Theatre Pro Rata returns to the Bard — and performing outdoors — with this June's production of Twelfth Night. The wild tale of shipwrecked twins, crazy love, and a pair of...
  • Dressing Room: Announcements
    The Walker Art Center did it last summer. Now, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is doing it for January. The nature- and craft-oriented site recently announced that it will be offering...
  • Dressing Room: Cycling
    On any given summer weekend, Minnesotans take to nearby trails to enjoy nature via bike, foot, or skates. Some days can be quiet, others may be a little too crowded for comfort for some....
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    This weekend, the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is hosting special fun activities for kids with trick-or-treating through the wildflower garden, face painting, concessions, and...
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    This weekend there are plenty of low-scare events for families. Saturday brings kiddie low-intensity terror to the Twin Cities with the Ghouls & Goblins at the Maze, a celebration at the...
  • The Hot Dish: Events
    Chefs' Row--one of five exhibits in the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum's summer exhibition, "Powerhouse Plants"--is like the Hollywood Walk of Fame for local chefs, except that...

Business Description

The mission of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, as part of the University of Minnesota, is to provide a community and a national resource for horticultural and environmental information, research and public education; to develop and evaluate plants and horticultural practices for cold climates; and to inspire and delight all visitors with quality plants in well designed and maintained displays, collections, model landscapes, and conservation areas.

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