Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania Ranks As One Of The 5 Best U.S. Gardens To Visit This Fall, according to TravelPulse.com
“When fall arrives, it makes an artistic statement that we just can’t ignore. The turning of the leaves eases us into another harsh winter by making a splash of bold colors on the canvas of so many U.S. destinations. So if you are a diehard leaf-peeper then you’ll want to pay a special visit to these fall foliage playgrounds that offer a magical ride on their color-coated carpets.
Philadelphia, PA: Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
In 1887, the area that comprises the Morris Arboretum was nothing but vacant, rolling hills. That was until it was transformed into a summer home by John and Lydia Morris, who were also brother and sister. Centuries later, manicured lawns and an array of lush colorful trees attract many visitors seeking a pleasant stroll, bird watching or capturing a 360-degree of the arboretum’s exquisite landscape from the adventure tree.” Read more about the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania here.
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