Have you been to the world’s only tree museum?
This Friday, April 27, might be an opportune time to visit the magnificent park at Lake Zurich which is host to several dozen tree species. And on this day, Austrian author and nature photographer, Conrad Amber, is going to bring his fascinating lecture “Baumwelten” to the Enea Tree Museum.
Baumwelten at the Enea Tree Museum in Raperswil-Jona
On Tree Day, the successful author talks about his experiences and visions about our life-givers and shares his decades of experience in contact with nature. The world’s only tree museum is an exceptional place for garden lovers and art lovers.
Here are the day’s activities:
4:00 PM Tour of the Enea Tree Museum
5:00 PM Lecture by Conrad Amber
6:30 PM Discussion and book signing
The tree museum contains over 50 trees of more than 25 species, some of which are over 100 years old, creating an aura of eternity. Another 100 trees and plants stand in the park that surrounds the tree museum. On the entire Enea Landscape Architecture complex there are over 3000 exclusive trees and shrubs. The Enea’s tree collection consists exclusively of species from our climate zone.
Reservations for Friday’s special event can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +41 55 225 55 55. A limited number of tickets is available. The admission of 15 francs includes access to the tree museum.
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