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Plan Your Visit

Denver Botanic Gardens has something for everyone from leisurely strolls through themed gardens to wildflower hikes to nature trails and a historical farm.

Check for any early closing for York Street or Chatfield

On several occasions, Denver Botanic Gardens has an early closure to host a Gardens special event, or for maintenance. CLICK HERE TO SEE EARLY CLOSINGS

Select a Garden and Plan Your Visit!

When you are planning your visit, remember:

York Street

  • You can take a guided or self-guided tour.
  • We have two on-site locations for a quick snack or a delicious lunch. Offshoots cafe is open year-round. The Hive restaurant, located by the Monet Pool, is open seasonally.
  • Work from the spectacular Gardens using our free Wi-Fi.
  • The Gardens provides an elegant venue for fine art enthusiasts, inside and out.
  • Shop at our amazing Shop at the Gardens and find natural gifts, plants, books and gardening supplies.
  • PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION - Limited free parking is available in our parking complex between Josephine and York Streets. Street parking is also available in Cheesman Park where posted.
    Parking Restrictions:
       - Vans — Due to height restrictions, vans should park on the top deck of parking complex.
       - RVs — Due to weight restrictions, RVs are not permitted in the parking complex.

    Looking for the easiest way to get to the Gardens? Try RTD buses or Denver B-cycle: bus route info and denver.bcycle.com. A B-Cycle station is next to the Gardens York Street entrance.

    For information on construction and events near the Gardens that may impact your drive and/or parking, please refer to the City of Denver’s website:
    Event-related street closures
    Construction information

York Street and Chatfield

  • We have exciting classes and events for kids and adults.
  • Our gardens and facility rental offer you a magnificent backdrop for your special occasions.
  • Kids and their caregivers can play, explore and discover.


  • You can visit a historical farm and take a nature walk.

Mount Goliath

  • Enjoy awesome Rocky Mountain vistas of the Divide peaks; delicate floral treasures; wind-sculpted, ancient bristlecone pines; cold summit winds; and gentle summer breezes.

Visit other nearby cultural attractions

  • Denver Botanic Gardens is centrally located at 1007 York St. in Denver, within 10 minutes of many of the city’s other top cultural attractions. It’s easy to make a day of discovering Denver!