The entrance to Awbury Arboretum, the former Cope family estate, transports visitors from city streets into a country retreat that is the largest remaining oasis of open space in Germantown. Trails weave through 55 acres landscaped in the English romantic style, with open meadows, ponds, woods and rolling hills. Clusters of trees are interwoven with open space to create picturesque vistas and visual contrasts, like at the Victorian kitchen garden behind the Francis Cope House, English Park and Haines Field. The Copes lent their Quaker sense of aesthetics to this world-class arboretum; in 1870, they hired William Saunders, designer of the Capitol grounds in Washington, D.C., to bring their vision to fruition.
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