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Thursday, October 19

Member $5; Nonmember $10

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World's End
Hingham, MA

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Family Fun, Natural History, Outdoor Recreation

Trees of Worlds End

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There’s almost nothing more iconic at Worlds End then the tree-lined carriage roads. Enticing visitors to walk further into the property and guiding them leisurely along under the shade of century old trees, this experience is what makes Worlds End so special!

Join us at the World’s End gatehouse where we’ll begin our guided walk through the property as we discuss both the significance of these trees and the variety of species that line the way. We’ll also look at other unique trees on the property off the beaten path, and discuss several trees that no longer stand, but have influenced the identity of Worlds End for hundreds of years. Whether you are an arboricultural expert or a curious mind looking to learn something new, this guided walk is an experience not to be missed! Preregistration is recommended; however we will accept day-of on-site registration, sign up today!

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