One fall day at the Morgan Arboretum

A magical family destination throughout the year, the Morgan Arboretum is at its most beautiful in the fall

The Morgan Arboretum is one of the most beautiful corners of Montreal. Situated on the western end of the Island in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, the 245-hectare forest reserve has been part of McGill’s Macdonald Campus since 1945.

In addition to its teaching and research purposes, the Arboretum is a recreational facility open to the public throughout the year. A wonderful family destination all year round, this enclave of tranquility is at its most beautiful during the fall when the leaves start to change colour, as witnessed by this gallery of photos taken by McGill Reporter editor Neale McDevitt during a recent visit.

Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, parking may be limited and entrance restricted to members at peak times during weekends, in order to foster physical distancing on site. For more information, consult the Morgan Arboretum website, check the Facebook page or call 514-398-7811.

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martin silverstone (Bsc 77)
martin silverstone (Bsc 77)
29 days ago

Great photos and where did you get those super models! We owe the Morgan family a great deal for that forward looking contribution.