LA Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Stretch your legs after a long day of travel and take a leisurely stroll through the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Gardens. Nestled on 127-acres of land, the LA Botanic Gardens is located on the site of the historic Rancho Santa Anita in the heart of Arcadia, California.
Bask in the beauty of the gardens or take time for tranquility as you enjoy the Arboretum's luscious landscapes. Conveniently located two miles away, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area is the perfect place to stay when planning a visit to the LA Botanic Gardens.
The LA Arboretum
The LA Arboretum & Botanical Garden is home to 127-acres of plants including flowers from all around the world.
Wander the paths and be on the lookout for wildlife or stop in one of the Arboretum's historic buildings and learn more about California's history as you journey through the gardens.
Whether visiting with a school group or attending an event, the LA Botanic Garden has something for everyone to enjoy!
Visit the LA Arboretum
Hours: Main Grounds open at 9:00 a.m. (8:00 a.m. for members) and is open until 4:30 p.m.
- Adults - $9
- Students with ID & Seniors 62 or older - $6
- Children ages 5-12 - $4
- Children 5 & under - Free
- Members - Free
Hotel near LA Arboretum
The Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area hotel is conveniently located less than five minutes from the LA Arboretum.
Guests will enjoy spacious two room suites, complimentary made-to-order breakfast, and complimentary evening reception during their stay.
Explore our Arcadia accommodations below and start planning your next visit!
LA Arboretum Fun Facts
- Walking tours are available on select days and tram tours are only available on the weekend.
- The Arboretum is home to 10 different gardens and landscapes.
- Plant collections come from all corners of the world including Africa, Australia, the Canary Islands, and Madagascar.
- The Madagascar Garden represents one of the most endangered floras on Earth and includes the island's Spiny Forest habitat.
- Although the Arboretum is known for its peacocks, it is an official wilderness sanctuary and is home to many birds, aquatic creatures, small reptiles, and mammals.