The Arboretum is a shrouded pearl on the shores of Lake Washington. Together oversaw by the University of Washington Botanic Gardens and the City of Seattle, its 230 sections of land contain a dynamic arrangement of plants, some discovered no place else in the Northwest. Go out for a stroll through the Arboretum and find this delightful living accumulation. The Graham Visitors Center contains a data work area, and a blessing shop oversaw by the Arboretum Foundation. The Japanese Garden, situated at the south end of the Arboretum has an extra charge and is overseen by the City of Seattle. The Botanic Gardens is a unit inside the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. On the shores of Lake Washington, Washington Park Arboretum covers 230 sections of land and incorporates basically local trees and bushes in a delightfully arranged setting. April to October are the greatest months to visit, however the office is open year-round.