• HOLIDAY MANOR HOUSE TOURS

    Join us for our annual holiday tour where the servants of Westbrook will guide you through the decorated Manor House!

    MORE INFORMATION
  • WINE EDUCATION EVENING

    Join us to learn about a selection of four different sparkling wines from expert Dennis P. Murphy.

    NOVEMBER 19 - TICKETS
  • Hands On Nature Workshops for students grades 3 - 12

    SCHOOL PROGRAMS

    This year we are offering two workshops for the 2019-2020 season; The Interactive Tree Workshop and Forest Walks.

    The Interactive Tree Workshop Long Island Forest Walks Workshop
  • Bayard Cutting Arboretum & Bayard Cutting Arboretum Horticultural Society Present

    GARDENING IN THE 21ST CENTURY

    SAVE THE DATE: On March 2, 2020 we will be hosting our third annual Evolution of the American Landscape symposium!

  • OUR COLLECTION

    Bayard Cutting Arboretum features an enormous variety of trees and continues to prioritize diversity within the landscape. Learn more via our interactive map and collection gallery!

    INTERACTIVE COLLECTIONS MAP OUR COLLECTION
  • MANOR HOUSE, ATTIC, & GROUNDS TOURS

    Come take a tour of the famous Bayard-Cutting estate!

    SIGN UP FOR A TOUR TODAY!

LOCATION

We are located at 440 Montauk Highway Great River, NY 11739.

VEHICLE USE FEE

Vehicle Use Fee is $8 per vehicle is collected from April through the end of November using the automated-pay meters. Seniors (62+) placard and access passes can now be obtained at any of our parking kiosks! Just press any button on the keypad and scan your license at the pay station. The parking pass is valid for use Tuesday - Friday.

EVENTS

Find out about happening around the Arboretum.

HOURS

Open Tuesday- Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Closed Monday and all winter holidays (Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's)

Bayard Cutting Arboretum was donated to the Long Island State Park Region by Mrs. William Bayard Cutting and her daughter, Mrs. Olivia James, in memory of her husband, William Bayard Cutting. The intent of the donation was “to provide an oasis of beauty and quiet for the pleasure, rest and refreshment of those who delight in outdoor beauty; and to bring about a greater appreciation and understanding of the value and importance of informal planting.”

The Arboretum is a passive park, and activities such as biking, picnicking, sports, bathing, and games are not permitted.

 

View Our Visitor Map and Brochure Here!

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