Sackett Bridge is a stone bridge spanning Fall Creek where it meets Beebe Lake's east end. Just south of the bridge is an overlook with equally as captivating views of Beebe Lake in any season.
Photo by Mark D. Vorreuter
Newman Overlook, located at one of the highest points in the arboretum and on campus, provides a spectacular view of both the arboretum and far distant points.
Located just off a busy campus road, this site features panoramic views of Cornell Botanic Gardens’ 11 theme gardens. The planting features dwarf conifers, both on the site and within the stone-enclosed raised beds. It is one of several sites scattered around Cornell Botanic Gardens that make up our conifer collection.