No; a verb like advenīre is by definition an intransitive verb; it cannot govern a direct object. The thing that one "arrives at"( or "comes into") needs to be in a prepositional phrase ( ad arborem ) ; authors will use ad + accusative for this, or in + accusative.
You might see, "He will arrive at Rome tomorrow": Rōmam crās adveniet . But there it can be pointed out that the names of cities (and towns and small islands) have a special "accusative of the end of motion" use, that dispenses with the preposition.
Still, with the verb "to arrive," there's no "WHAT" you arrive ( = a direct object of the verb), only a "WHERE" you arrive ( = a prep. phrase or its equivalent).