Morgan Arboretum

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The Morgan Arboretum’s 245 hectares host native trees as well as 18 collections of picturesque trees and shrubs from around the world. It is home to a wide range of animal species, including over 170 species of migratory and overwintering birds. The Arboretum’s 25 km of trails offering a soothing nature break only a short distance from downtown Montreal.

The Arboretum and its walking trails are open daily throughout the year, and additional trails for skiing and snowshoeing open in the winter months. Members of the Arboretum who register their dog also have the opportunity to enjoy the trails with a canine friend.

Visit the Morgan Arboretum site to find out more about visitor and membership fees!

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