Directions, Hours & Admission Fee
9am to 5pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Children, ages 6 to 18: $4
Children under 5 are admitted free.
Seniors 60+: $5 on Tuesdays
Dogs at Holden
Dogs are welcome at The Holden Arboretum. With more than 20 miles of walking and hiking trails through the gardens and natural areas, there are plenty of places to explore with your pet. Please remember to keep your canine companions on a leash while visiting. Guests should also remember that the Myrtle S. Holden Wildflower Garden is a dog-free zone.
Mutt Mitts are available at the gatehouse entrance, the information desk at the Warren H. Corning Visitor Center and at several locations on the grounds for your convenience. Please clean up after your pet.
The following addresses can be used if you are traveling with a GPS:
The mailing address for The Holden Arboretum is:
9500 Sperry Road
Kirtland, Ohio 44094
The following directions will take you to the Warren H. Corning Visitor Center.
From Cleveland and West:
I-90 East to Mentor, Kirtland exit (#193), turn right on Route 306 and continue on Route 306 to the bottom of the hill. Turn left on Route 615. At the first traffic light, turn right on Kirtland-Chardon Road. Travel 3.6 miles to Sperry Road. Turn left on Sperry Road. Travel 1.4 miles, turn left on main drive to reach the Warren H. Corning Visitor Center.
From Ashtabula and the North East:
Take I-90 West to State Route 44. Travel south on SR-44 to Route 6 (Chardon Road) in Chardon and then west on Route 6 to Sperry Road. Turn right on Sperry Road until you reach Kirtland-Chardon Road, turn left on Kirtland-Chardon Road and then right back onto Sperry Road. It is approximately 2.8 miles from Route 6 to the Corning Visitor Center.
From Chardon and East:
Travel west on Route 6 (Chardon Road), turn right on Sperry Road. Turn right on Sperry Road until you reach Kirtland-Chardon Road, turn left on Kirtland-Chardon Road and then right back onto Sperry Road. It is approximately 2.8 miles from Route 6 to the Corning Visitor Center