Evolution of the American Landscape
On Feb. 26 we will hold our first, full-day horticultural symposium featuring prominent speakers that have created and managed landscapes to adapt to a changing environment.FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE!
The Manor House and Hidden Oak Café will be closed beginning February 13th through March 2nd. There will be no house tours during this time. There will still be regularly scheduled Grounds Tours on Saturdays. The Manor House and Cafe will reopen on Saturday, March 3rd.ADDITIONAL HOURS & FEES INFORMATION
Learn the art of pastels with artist Marlene Bezich!Enroll Here!
MANOR HOUSE TOURS
Come take a tour of the famous Bayard-Cutting estate.Click for More Information
FUSED PENDANTS WITH JULIANNA KIRK
Learn to make a one of a kind fused pendant with artist Julianna Kirk!ENROLL HERE!
TWO-DAY FUSED GLASS WORKSHOP
Create a unique glass dish in this two-day workshop with Julianna Kirk!ENROLL HERE!
Learn basic mosaic techniques in this three-day workshop with artist Libby HintzENROLL HERE!
TWO-DAY BEADING WORKSHOP
Join local artist Gail Neuman in this relaxing and creative two-day beading workshop where you will learn various stitches and weaves to create beautiful, handmade jewelry.Enroll Here!
Palettes in the Park - Watercolor Class with Victoria Beckert
Create beautiful watercolor landscapes with local artist Victoria Beckert!ENROLL HERE!
Bayard Cutting Arboretum was donated to the Long Island State Park Region by Mrs. William Bayard Cutting and her daughter, Mrs. Olivia James, in memory of her husband, William Bayard Cutting. The intent of the donation was “to provide an oasis of beauty and quiet for the pleasure, rest and refreshment of those who delight in outdoor beauty; and to bring about a greater appreciation and understanding of the value and importance of informal planting.”
The Arboretum is a passive park, and activities such as biking, picnicking, sports, bathing, and games are not permitted.