Visitor Info


The Hebert Arboretum is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week, all year. Admission is free.

For more information and to learn how you can contribute to the growth of the Arboretum contact us
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Gardens of the Berkshires

Hebert Arboretum at Springside Park is a member of Gardens of the Berkshires, a consortium of significant public gardens located in the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts. Its mission is to raise awareness of the region as a destination for visitors interested in gardens, gardening, horticulture, and to promote participation at the participating gardens and sites. The group will act as the leading advocate for the protection, preservation and restoration of the garden treasures of Berkshire County, and will serve as a primary source of information about garden related events in our region. This will be accomplished through a variety of collaborative marketing efforts including web site development, participation in exhibitions and shows, group tour promotion, and other means.

Thanks to our supporters

A summer rainbow can be seen behind the Vincent J. Hebert Lilac Walk, at the top of Daffodil Hill, in Hebert Arboretum.

The Hebert Arboretum gratefully acknowledges the support of all who have contributed to our establishment and growth, including:

City of Pittsfield
Department of Community Development
Friends of Springside Park
Friends of Hebert Arboretum
Pittsfield Beautiful, Inc.
Pittsfield Parks Commission
Lenox Garden Club

Long Range Park Planning
Springside Park Conservancy
Western Massachusetts Master Gardener Association

We would also like to thank iBerkshires.com for some of the photos included in this website.

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Hebert Arboretum - 874 North Street - Pittsfield, MA 01201
In cooperation with Pittsfield Parks Commission, Department of Community Development,
Long Range Park Planning and Pittsfield Beautiful, Inc.
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