The University of Arizona Campus Arboretum is a living laboratory promoting stewardship and conservation of urban trees through research, education and outreach.
While docent-led tours have been temporarily halted, the campus is open and you are welcome to take one of our many self-guided tours or enjoy the beautiful grounds of the University of Arizona Campus Arboretum from the comfort of your home by taking our self-guided tours. See the links below for more information.
The University of Arizona campus tree tours highlight a variety of important trees and reveal principles of particular relevance to our communities including: working with edible and medicinal plants in the landscape, exploring the uses of Sonoran native plants, and conquering the challenges of landscape management in the southwest, among many others. While docent-led tours have been temporarily halted, the campus is open and you are welcome to take one of our many self-guided tours.
Virtual Arboretum History Tour
Virtual Edible Landscapes Tour
Virtual Sonoran Native Plants Tour
Virtual Seasonal Blooming Trees
Virtual Trees Around The World Tour