An audio tour with 35 stops throughout the Arboretum with each stop providing a mini-lesson about the Arboretum's plant communities and ecology

An audio tour with 35 stops throughout the Arboretum with each stop providing a mini-lesson about the Arboretum's plant communities and ecology

The sounds of the streams, forests and meadows all play a role in Adkins Arboretum's audio tour--a visitor orientation tool now offered at the Visitor's Center. Hear the voices of Eastern Shore natives, Arboretum staff, ecologists, biologists, teachers, gardeners and volunteers. The audio tour's educational lessons are mixed with entertaining music and humor that make the experience unforgettable.

The tour includes 35 stops throughout the Arboretum's path system with each stop providing a mini-lesson about the Arboretum's plant communities and ecology. The audio tour is free with admission for Arboretum visitors.

Learn about skunk cabbage in this audio tour excerpt.

View the audio tour map.