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Tyler Arboretum

Natural grandeur.

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Interested in the arboretum for your event?

Contact Rachael Reach to set up a tour of this beautiful venue! 

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 "The staff at Tyler Arboretum helped create our dream wedding. We truly could not have envisioned a more romantic, beautiful day. The decor, food, and professionalism exceeded our expectations. We had the best day and were able to enjoy every minute due to the hard work of the staff."


The nitty gritty

  • Where's it located? 515 Painter Road
    Media, PA 19063
  • Are events held indoors or out? Both.
  • Is there air-conditioning? Yes.
  • What's the capacity? 200
  • Is it handicapped accessible? Yes.
  • Are there time restrictions? 11pm
  • How about parking? Plenty.

Come be among the trees!

Nestled into the rolling meadows and forests of Media, Pennsylvania, Tyler Arboretum offers unparalleled pastoral beauty and historic charm

Tyler Arboretum is a gorgeous expanse of pristine woodlands, wildflower meadows, winding stream valleys, and butterfly-filled gardens nestled into the green rolling hills just 30 minutes west of Philadelphia. Among the historic structures preserved here, the centerpiece is a handsome stone-bank barn set into the grassy hillside, now outfitted for events and celebrations with tented flagstone patios, airy banquet rooms, private green room suites, and a rustic party loft with exposed beams and sliding barn doors.

A place to engage and reconnect with nature

Over two centuries in the making, Tyler Arboretum today operates as a non-profit public garden dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich horticulture, history, and nature of this lovely corner of Pennsylvania. JAM’s partnership here contributes additional revenue used to care for the protected land, preserve its historic buildings, and fund educational programs, from summer camps and hands-on nature workshops to horticultural exhibits and "eco-birthday parties" for kids. It's a wonderful, beautiful place dedicated to re-connecting people with the natural world—and that’s a mission we’re thrilled to support!