The Bell Museum celebrates 150 years beginning January 2022. The yearlong celebration will feature different experiences that showcase the rich and varied history of the museum. Visitors are invited to engage with each new experience as The Bell Museum commemorates this exciting milestone.
Feast your eyes upon brilliant Japanese woodblock flora and fauna art from the Edo Period (1603-1868), a time in Japanese cultural and political history of relative peace and stability. This period provides the inspiration for the Arboretum’s Japanese Garden and is characterized by the innovation of artistic techniques, such as colored woodblock printing.
Stroll through a hallway full of birds. This exhibit, starting in the Skyway Gallery and ending in the Andersen Horticultural Library, showcases two stunning bird prints for each letter of the alphabet from rare books in Andersen Horticultural Library’s collection.
On display at the Landscape Arboretum Cafe Gallery.
Experience the magic of summer nights at the Arb with hundreds of fireflies flashing through the sky.
Join three artists deeply concerned about the plants and animals that surround us.
Drop by the Arboretum’s Farm at the Arb to learn about corn and how it impacts our everyday life.