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Denver Botanic Gardens

A 23-acre park located in Denver, Colorado contains a conservatory, a variety of theme gardens, and a sunken amphitheater. A public botanical garden, the Denver Botanic Gardens. Their amazing mission is to connect people with plants takes in so many forms. The connection is found through something universal like food or sometimes it’s found through something particular like art.


York Street

  • Members Free
  • $15 Adults
  • $11.50 Seniors (aged 65+), Military & Veterans (must present Military ID
  • $11 Children (aged 3-15) and Students (must present student ID)
  • Children 2 and Under Free

Please do note that tickets must be purchased/reserved before the visit and onsite purchasing will not be available.

General admission does not include special events.

Chatfield Farms

  • Members Free
  • $10 Adults
  • $7 Seniors (aged 65+), Military & Veterans (must present Military ID)
  • $7 Children (aged 3-15) and Students (must present Military ID)
  • Children 2 and Under Free

Member Guest Passes

Guest passes can be redeemed online while booking your member tickets for York Street or Chatfield Farms. Passes are designated to specific locations and are not transferrable.

Living Plant Collection

Plants growing on the grounds, inside the greenhouses which is the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory, as well as the stored as seeds to comprise the living collections at the Gardens. These collections are the Aquatic, Native, Alpine, Amenity, Succulents, Steppe, Tropical, Cactus. Each of the plants within these collections are taken care of for purely aesthetic purposes, research, and/or conservation efforts.

Art Collections

The Gardens collects art to inspire, educate and inform and thus connecting people with the natural world. May it be botanical in nature, the art collection is consist to more than 1,200 works, such as, drawing, painting, engravings, and etchings. Sculptures are also present to complement the garden spaces year-round.

Library Collection

The Helen Fowler Library is a significant area for botanical and horticultural materials about the Rocky Mountain region as well as the same regions around the world. Rare books, general collection, archival and historical collections can be accessed by visitors of all ages for academic research, and general gardeners. EZ Denver Junk Removal

Adult Programs

Anyone can choose from hands-on workshops, certificate courses, or learning for personal enrichment.

Children & Family Programs

The Gardens offers a wide variety of opportunities for children and families to explore the wonders of the natural world.


Membership is always in season. Consider supporting Colorado’s Denver Botanic Gardens through the purchase of a membership.


Address: 1007 York St, Denver, CO

See other tourist attractions like Denver Museum of Nature and Science