Pruyn Gardens & Arboretum
Pruyn Sanctuary’s butterfly and hummingbird garden and new “Plants for Birds” garden offer you beautiful displays of native plants that benefit local wildlife.
These small demonstration gardens are set within the two-acre Pruyn Arboretum featuring over 20 species of native trees and shrubs. What was once all mown grass in the arboretum is now a native meadow.
The Pruyn Sanctuary gardens and arboretum may be accessed from the main entrance of Pruyn Sanctuary along Route 133-Millwood Road, three miles east of Millwood.
Open 7 days a week, sunrise to sunset
The best time to view butterflies is on warm, sunny summer days around noon.
This is a living museum. Do not remove plants or animals. No hunting, trapping, fishing, camping, fires, biking or motorized vehicles.