A fascinating and educational journey through the beautiful grounds of Pinelawn on Sunday, June 2nd
Farmingdale, NY – May 2019 – On Sunday, June 2nd, 2019, Pinelawn Memorial Park And Arboretum will offer guests the chance to explore their grounds aboard an old fashioned trolley at their 3rd Annual Arboretum Tour. Guests will have the opportunity to learn about Pinelawn’s various majestic trees as well as the rich history that can be found throughout the massive 840-acre property.
The tour will be guided by James Dublar, a board-certified arborist, who will identify and showcase many noteworthy trees such as the Tupelo, Katsura, American Sweetgum, Nikko Maple, Weeping Canadian Hemlock and Weeping Beech. This is the ideal opportunity for those enamored by nature to immerse themselves in an environment where trees and other botanicals are at their peak. Additionally, those with a fascination for history will find themselves amongst various historical sculptures and architecture.
“At Pinelawn, our staff puts forth great effort to maintain our grounds and ensure all of our trees, plants, and flowers are in an environment where they can thrive, which is why we are very excited to showcase all the efforts being made, to our guests at this year’s Arboretum Tour,” said Justin Locke, President of Pinelawn Memorial Park And Arboretum.
The free tour begins at the courtyard side of Pinelawn’s office at 2030 Wellwood Avenue in Farmingdale, New York. Guests are offered multiple tour times including 10:30 am, 12:30 pm, and 2:30 pm and are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled tour time for check-in. All tours will begin promptly at their designated times and will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Additionally, light refreshments will be served.
While this is a free event, guests must register online here prior to attending.
More about Pinelawn Memorial Park And Arboretum: Pinelawn Memorial Park And Arboretum focuses on creating and maintaining a tranquil and serene environment. The property features 840 acres of land consisting of memorial property within the various gardens and mausoleums, which are accented by flowing fountains, historic monuments, vibrant flowers, and majestic trees. The goal of Pinelawn Memorial Park And Arboretum is to surround everyone who visits the grounds in beauty so that they may be brought peace even in the most trying of times.