Holiday Hours: Open Tuesday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Last entry at 3 p.m. 
The Garden is closed on Mondays.

Temporary Entrance: During construction of the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center, daytime entry and exit takes place through the Temporary Visitor Center at the east end of the Garden parking lot. Visitors to Garden Glow will continue to enter through the existing Ridgway Visitor Center and exit through the Temporary Visitor Center. 

Aerial image of Japanese Garden in fall color

Welcome Back
The Garden is now open with additional health and safety protocols in place. Advance tickets encouraged.  

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orange-yellow dahlia

Visit the Garden Virtually
Enjoy the beauty of the Garden from your home with virtual tours, images of what's blooming now and more.

Visit #OurGardenYourHome

 

Garden horticulturist studies cliffside in Mauritius

Protecting the Future of Plants
Explore the ongoing plant discover and conservation work of the Garden on our blog.

Visit Discover + Share
 
 

Northwest aerial view of Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center

Gateway to the Garden
Construction is underway on the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center, the largest development in Garden history.

Learn more
 
 

News & Updates

The Garden's cafe, Sassafras, and the Garden Gate Shop are closed at this time.
Express dining and a temporary gift shop are available in our new Temporary Visitor Center.

Holiday Hours 
The Garden is open 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (last entry at 3 p.m.) November 6 through January 2. 

The Gardenland Express Holiday Flower & Train Show will not take place in 2020 as we transition operations to our new temporary visitor center. 

The pedestrian gate at Tower Grove Avenue is closed to visitor access through the duration of construction on the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center.


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An Important Message from Garden President Dr. Peter Wyse Jackson

Discover + Share

AIP Masters Program — Advancing Higher Ed Beyond the Classroom


News From the EarthWays Center

Storm Drains are for Rain


From the Library

Rebuilding the Bateman Book (Part 9)