UW Arboretum is one of Nature.

1. UW Arboretum

1207 Seminole Hwy, Madison, WI
Park · 20 tips and reviews

UW-MadisonUW-Madison: Recognized as the birthplace of ecological restoration, the Arb’s 1,200 acres feature amazing prairies, savannas, deciduous and conifer forests, marshes, and wetlands. Read more.

Allen Centennial Gardens is one of Nature.

2. Allen Centennial Gardens

620 Babcock Dr (Observatory Drive), Madison, WI
Garden · 4 tips and reviews

UW-MadisonUW-Madison: This 2.5-acre horticultural teaching garden offers an ever-changing panorama of herbaceous (and bodacious!) ornamentals. Look for wedding nuptials here on weekends. Read more.

3. Botany Gardens

Madison, WI
Garden · 1 tip

UW-MadisonUW-Madison: Take a break in this gorgeous sanctuary located away from buildings and traffic. Trivia: The women's tennis courts were situated here in the 1950s.

Howard M. Temin Lakeshore Path is one of Nature.

4. Howard M. Temin Lakeshore Path

Madison, WI
College Quad · 4 tips and reviews

Melissa F.Melissa Fabina: Such a beautiful area to see, especially in the summer.

D.C. Smith Greenhouse is one of Nature.

5. D.C. Smith Greenhouse

600 Babcock Dr., Madison, WI
General College & University · 1 tip

UW-MadisonUW-Madison: With 10,000 sq. ft. under glass and 10 growing bays, this facility provides an amazing growing space for CALS students. It’s also home to the “corpse flower,” whose bloom smells like rotting meat. Read more.