Admission, Hours & Attractions
Open Daily 9am – 4pm 9am-8pm Memorial Day – Labor Day
- Adult: $6.00
- Senior: $3.00 (62+)
- Student: $3.00 (18 or older with ID)
- Child: 3 to 17 $3.00
- Child 2 and under: Free
- Klehm Members are free when they use their Klehm Membership Card
Are you a member of another Garden? You may qualify for free admission. Klehm Arboretum belongs to the American Horticultural Society Reciprocal Gardens Program. Find out if your garden participates.
On the first Tuesday of each month, garden admission is free. We ask that visitors give a donation to help maintain our gardens and arboretum when they visit.
Restrooms and water fountains can be found in the Visitor’s Center and on the south side of the Clarcor Pavilion.
- All buildings and paved garden paths and trails are accessible to strollers and wheelchairs.
- A limited number of wheelchairs are available at the Visitor’s Center.
- Our Klehm Express, is an accessible vehicle.
Friendly, leashed dogs are welcome, too.
Flowering Magnolia garden store:
The Flowering Magnolia garden store, also located inside the Visitor’s Center, carries a variety of unique items from garden tools and gifts to toys and apparel. We thank you for your purchases, as all store proceeds benefit Klehm Arboretum, and its education and outreach programs. Members of the Arboretum receive a 10% discount on all purchases.
The Harding Horticultural Library is housed inside the Visitor’s Center and is available whenever the building is open. It is a reading and reference library providing information about botany and horticulture to Klehm Arboretum staff, volunteers, members, professional horticulturists, students, gardeners and the public.
Klehm Arboretum is also home to three truly unique garden creatures that provide a whimsy and a sense of fun to our grounds. Cow-li-flower and Klehmentine live hidden in the Nancy Olson Children’s Garden. And Flora Fauna keeps company with some of the Arboretum’s oldest residents in the Prehistoric Garden. Can you find all three mascots?
Do you like a challenge? There are two caches hidden within the gardens. Both Klehmantine’s Stash – N 42° 14.582 W 089° 07.200 and Cow-li-Flower’s Cache - N 42° 14.667 W 089° 07.433 are small size caches. Hint: They are quite a walk from the parking lot and hard to get to in the winter. Please log your comments on geocaching.com. Have fun!
Our grounds are kept beautiful and healthy for enjoyment and learning. We hope you take advantage of our expansive grounds, and explore the diversity of tree collections offered. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
It is permissible to pick up leaves, seeds, or cones that have fallen to the ground, but please refrain from picking leaves, fruits, or seedheads from trees or other plants. Stay on paved paths, nature trails and grass. Footsteps elsewhere crush plants and damage soil. Leave everything here for others to enjoy.
Please no climbing on trees or hanging from branches. Climbing is invited on play structures and certain exhibits where noted by signs. Only leashed, well-behaved pets are allowed on the grounds. Please clean up after your pet. Pets may NOT be left in cars during your visit.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. No scooters, skateboards or in-line skates. Respect others in your group and other visitors. Photos and video for personal use are welcome.