Preschool and Elementary Education Classes
Our new outdoor classroom is inside the gates of the CSA Farm so students will be able to observe and participate in the growing seasons right before their very eyes.Pre-K & Elementary Education Class Information Farm School 2023 Season Schedule
Art Workshops Are Back!
For the 2023 season, we are offering watercolors workshops! Go make something great today!Art Workshops Art Exhibits
Work Begins on $9.3M Upgrade
Visitor Center & Parking Lot Upgrades
Read more about the upgrades happening at the at Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park! The project will update the park’s visitor center, improve parking, and enhance exhibits and slated to be completed in fall 2024.Read the Newsday Article January 2023 Newsletter about the Project
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Interactive Tree Workshop and Forest Therapy for Youth
Join us for the 2022 season of our educational workshops! We have two programs, the Interactive Tree Workshop with Joe Whelski and Forest Walks for Youth with Linda Lombardo.Interactive Tree Workshop Forest Therapy Walk for Youth
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!Tree Explorer Our Collection Library
The Bayard Cutting Arboretum is a New York State park that 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.”
We are an arboretum, think of us as a “museum of trees”, not a park. Activities such as biking, picnicking, sports, pets of any type, and games are not permitted.
As we navigate COVID-19, we want to make sure that all our patrons are safe while enjoying the grounds. The Arboretum grounds, Manor House, as well as the Hidden Oak Cafe are open during our regular hours for you to enjoy. Please follow all posted rules. We will continue to update you as we receive more information. Thank you.