Tree Tour: Virginia Highland Neighborhood Arboretum
Sat Sep 03 | 10am-12pm | Virginia Highland
Touring a Neighborhood Arboretum is a delightful way to learn more about the special trees and explore (or rediscover) the urban forest growing along our community streets and parks. This tour will also include details about the unique history and architecture that exists here, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods and the hub of local favorite watering holes.
This 2-hour tour is a leisurely walk on city sidewalks. The Virginia Highland Neighborhood Arboretum Walking Tour is regularly available on the first Saturday of each month at 10:00 am.
There are seven Neighborhood Arboreta that were established in mid-2000s through a collaborative effort of neighbors, Trees Atlanta volunteers, and the city.
Tour Docent: Jim Long is a Trees Atlanta Certified Volunteer. Jim Long is a retired lawyer and 15 year resident of the Virginia Highland Neighborhood.
- Meeting Location: Nearest GPS address is 997 Virginia Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306. Meet at the triangle at Virginia Avenue and Highland Avenue near Murphy's restaurant.
- Registration required. Walk-ins not accepted at this time. Maximum participants: 15
- This tour is free. Please consider adding a donation when you register. All "tips" are donations to Trees Atlanta.
- Wear: Comfortable shoes and clothing
- Bring: Drinking water, bug and sun protection
- Safety: Learn more about our safety protocols here: Safety Protocols | Trees Atlanta
- Cancellation Policy: Inclement Weather and Cancellation Policy for Programs and Events
- Questions: If you have any questions or comments regarding this event, please email email@example.com
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