FOR ALL AGES
Which Tyler tree supports over 500 species of moths and butterflies? What is a Pennsylvania Champion Tree, and why does Tyler grow so many of them? It’s because we’ve been doing this for a very long time! Some of our iconic trees were planted in the 1850s and still tower over visitors in the landscape. Join Tyler docent and Pennsylvania Master Naturalist Dave Charlton on this leisurely-paced walk to experience their majesty, learn about their role in supporting the ecosystem, and hear the tales.
About your guide: Dave is a long-time Tyler volunteer, a founding member of our docent program, and a certified Pennsylvania Master Naturalist.
Check in at the Visitor Center, where you’ll meet your guide. As with any walk at Tyler, sturdy shoes are suggested. Participants should bring water and perhaps a walking stick and bug repellent. PLEASE NOTE: Strollers may not be ideal on this tour. We recommend a carrier to bring an infant or young child. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
MEMBERS (sign in for your discount!): $5 per adult; $3 per child ages 3-17; no charge for children ages two and under. Please register all participants.
NON-MEMBERS: $21 per adult; $13 per child ages 3-17; no charge for children ages two and under. Please register all participants.
GUEST PASS HOLDERS (for non-members only): $5 per adult guest; $3 per child guest ages 3-17; no charge for children ages two and under. Please register all participants. Guest passes should be submitted for each participant, regardless of age.