Tu B’shevat Gathering
Laurel Hill West Conservatory
In celebration of Tu B’shevat—often called the Jewish New Year for the Trees—join us for a tour of Laurel Hill West’s remarkable living collection. As we examine the barks, buds, and berries of a wintry arboretum, we’ll learn about the historical, agricultural, and spiritual origins of Tu B’shevat and how it is celebrated today.
Afterward, enjoy Camuna Cellars wine and fruits significant to the holiday that are often consumed during Tu B’shevat Seders. This event is presented in partnership with The Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History.
Tickets will be available to purchase onsite on the day of the event (credit card only).
- $20/General Admission (Ages 13 and up)
- $18/Seniors (Ages 65+) and Students with ID
- $15/Members of the Friends of Laurel Hill
- $10/Youth (Ages 6-12)
- $1.90/Access Card Holders (can purchase up to 4 tickets) **
- Free/Ages 5 and under
** Access Card + Valid Photo I.D. must be presented at check-in.
Please note – youth and children must be accompanied by an adult.
This event will begin at the Conservatory at Laurel Hill West, located at 215 Belmont Avenue. From the main entrance, the Conservatory is a 3-minute drive into the cemetery. Information on directions, parking, and visiting guidelines are linked here to better plan your visit.