The Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research offers free one-hour long docent-led tours! Our docents present information about the Lab's rich history, guide visitors through the many lab spaces, and much more. Docent-led tours last approximately one hour and begin in the lobby of the Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building. During your tour, you will be introduced to the basic tenets of dendrochronology, view a variety of tree-ring samples and visit the work areas and laboratory spaces of our researchers.
Make a reservation today: email us at email@example.com or call 520.621.0984.
The UA Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research is recognized worldwide as a preeminent center for the advancement of tree-ring techniques and the broad application of dendrochronology in the social and environmental sciences. Our unique heritage is still a source of pride, and it encourages us today to remain dedicated to our ideals: excellence in research, excellence in teaching, and excellence in outreach.
Docent-led Tours Offered:
- 2nd Tuesday of the month:(August through May) at 10AM.
- 3rd Wednesday of the month: (August through May) at 10AM.
- 4th Thursday of the month: (August through May) at 2PM.
- *By request, when docents are available. Requests must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or 520.621.0984 in advance.
Please see our events calendar at: http://ltrr.arizona.edu/calendar/month for the most current schedule.
Tours by Appointment for Community Groups and Schools
We host building and lab tours for community groups and schools for all ages by appointment. We also offer portable classroom and community center visits through our outreach program. For K-20 field class options, visit: Sky Island Science Investigators.
Reservations and inquiries for tours by appointment should be directed to our outreach team at: email@example.com or 520.621.0984.
The UA Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research Docent-led tours are free, however the University of Arizona Parking and Transportation Service does charge a fee for parking on campus. Directions and parking information may be found here: http://ltrr.arizona.edu/map.