Ridley Creek forms the border between the arboretum and the urban area near Chester
Taylor Memorial Arboretum (30 acres) is an arboretum and garden located at 10 Ridley Drive, Wallingford, Pennsylvania along Ridley Creek. It is open daily.
The arboretum includes a grotto (former quarry), millrace and waterfall, and pond with bald cypress. Its collection includes three Pennsylvania State Champion Trees (a giant dogwood, a needle juniper, and a lacebark elm), as well as azaleas, dogwoods, magnolias, junipers, lilacs, viburnums, witch-hazels, Japanese maples, boxwoods, and arborvitae. The site also contains cattails, ferns, irises, mosses, rushes, and wildflowers.
It is located seven miles south of the similarly named John J. Tyler Arboretum.