Website // 1900 Associated Rd, Fullerton, CA 92831 // +1 657-278-3407
The Fullerton Arboretum is a botanical oasis located minutes away north of Anaheim, California. This Arboretum features a nature center, a plaza, a museum, a greenhouse, and more. This Arboretum is full of views and walking paths where visitors can enjoy various gardens and beautiful trees. All visitors can explore and appreciate Fullerton’s beauty while learning about the numerous plant collections. Not only is Fullerton Arboretum a lovely place to explore the unique scenery, but it is also an excellent resource for research and education.
This 26-acre botanical garden is the most extensive in Orange County and features over 4,000 plants from all over the world. Fullerton Arboretum saves species that are near extinction or in extinction and serves as a learning place for agricultural history. The Arboretum’s highlights include rare historical fruit, native Southern California vegetation, citrus and avocado trees, a Cycas extensive collection, California Channel Islands’ vegetation, a Palm grove, conifers, and a garden of children.
Enjoy a stroll through the Arboretum’s main plant collections: Desert, Mediterranean, and Woodlands. You can also view the cultivated collection in the community garden. If you love nature, Fullerton Arboretum will surely delight you.
Fullerton Arboretum’s mission is to support the California State University Fullerton academic mission with world-class historical and living collections, provide learning opportunities for every visitor, and extend resources into the community and around the globe to foster plant appreciation, conservation, horticulture, and botanical research.