The Arboretum Wojsławice has been a branch of the Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław since 1988. In 1977 the Commission of Botanical Gardens and Arboretums in Poland gave the park in Wojsławice the rank of Arboretum, and in 1983 the whole facility (nearly 5 hectares) was entered in the register of cultural monuments.
Wojsławice is situated 50 km south of Wrocław, in the protected landscape area of the Strzelińskie-Niemczańskie Hills. The Ślęza River, fed by numerous streams, flows along the bottom of the deepest ravine at an altitude of 150-200 m above sea level. The Arboretum is situated on one of its tributaries, in a picturesque valley, on the northern slopes of the Dębowe Hills.
In the Arboretum one can see, among others, seven National Collections, i.e. the richest systematic plant collections, exemplarily marked and maintained by specialists. These include the collection of Rhododendrons of the Lusatian breed (Seidel varieties), the collection of the Paeonia genus and the Hydrangea genus. The Arboretum is open to visitors from spring to autumn, and during this time it hosts many regular events and activities for plant lovers.