Holden Forests and Gardens is the 12th largest public garden in the United States, incorporating the 3,600 acre Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio and the 10-acre Cleveland Botanical Garden in Cleveland, Ohio. Holden Forests and Gardens works to advance and inspire a deeper understanding of plants to enhance life, supporting vibrant green communities and diverse native forests of the Great Lakes region.
Covering 3,600 acres, including 2,000 acres of forests and wetlands, the Holden Arboretum has more than 20 miles of trails, leading you through native forests and cultivated gardens such as the Paine Rhododendron Discovery Garden and the Holden Wildflower Garden. The Kalberer Emergent Tower and Murch Canopy Walk give visitors an entirely new way to experience the forest.
***NARM privileges do not extend other institutions members within a 15 mile radius and may be restricted for concerts/lectures/special exhibitions and ticketed events.