Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure

Discover something new every season at Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure — an award-winning nature-themed attraction and the starting point of your Arbor Day Farm excursion. Experience the one-of-a-kind Treetop Village, jump on the WonderNet, climb the 50-foot treehouse, play and learn in the Nature Explore Classrooms, hike miles of trails, pick apples in the orchard — you’ll find a new appreciation for the value that trees bring to our everyday lives.

  • Go interactive with tree-themed kiosks
  • Look inside the Lied Greenhouse, where millions of tree seedlings get their start
  • Embark on seasonal Discovery Rides – a guided one-hour journey over the creek and into the orchards at Arbor Day Farm.
  • School Groups and Field Trips – School groups can schedule visits to Arbor Day Farm throughout the year. Private tours are also available.

Contact Information

Tree Adventure Team
Reservations and Information:

2611 Arbor Avenue, PO Box 817Nebraska City, NE 68410 US

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Other Information

  • Hours Open

    Daytime only. Tuesday through Sunday.
  • Seasons Open

    Open Year Round
  • Prices and Fees

    Adults $13; Children 3-12 $11; Children 2 and under Free
  • Accessibility

    The Tree Adventure center and adjoining 1/2 mile Tree House Trail are ADA accessible. There is also a 2/3 mile wood chip trail. Please take caution when walking on this path. A portion of Treetop Village is ADA accessible as well.
  • Eco Friendly Notes

    Arbor Day Farm is owned and operated by the Arbor Day Foundation. The mission of the Foundation is to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees. Tree Adventure plays an important role in this endeavor. Each year, tens of thousands of visitors, Arbor Day Foundation members, and school children visit Tree Adventure and the surrounding property to learn about nature and how to be good stewards of our natural resources.
  • Pet Friendly Notes

    Leashed pets are allowed on Arbor Day Farm grounds, but only outside our hotel and attractions. We do, however, welcome service animals recognized by the American Disabilities Act.