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York Street gardens will close at noon on Friday, Dec. 9. Chatfield Farms will be closed during the day on Dec. 9. Both York Street and Chatfield Farms will be open for Blossoms of Light and Trail of Lights on Dec. 9.
1007 York Street
Denver, CO 80206 | Map
This annual holiday lights extravaganza features some new elements, and includes the grand illuminated O’Fallon Perennial Walk and the Romantic Gardens. Read more
Celebrate an iconic age of botany and floral cultivation. Read more
Dust off your masks and your dancin’ shoes for a festive early Mardi Gras celebration. Read more
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The living collections are displayed throughout the Gardens in both naturalistic landscapes and more modern designs.
Mordecai Children’s Garden offers a place for kids and families to play, explore and discover every spring, summer and fall.
See the world of plants through a scientific lens and learn about the Gardens' research activities.
Tour Denver Botanic Gardens and gain fresh insight and in-depth knowledge while exploring the Gardens’ 24-acre urban oasis.
Denver Botanic Gardens at York Street provides a venue of unparalleled beauty and wonder for weddings, receptions, showers, retreats and meetings.
The Shop is open year-round during Gardens hours and is located in the Bonfils-Stanton Visitor Center. Free admission.
The Library houses one of the premier collections of plant-related resources in the United States.
Dig into the Gardens with staff.
There are two great restaurant options and both are open daily: Offshoots Café and the Hive Garden Bistro. Both offer great options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Read more
Limited free parking is available in the parking complex between Josephine and York Streets. Street parking is also available in Cheesman Park where posted. Read more
Most indoor and outdoor gardens and facilities are wheelchair accessible. Read more
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Enhance a visit with audio, video and GPS-enabled tours. Use a smartphone or tablet to navigate the new mobile website, the Garden Tool. It’s free and easy to use. Go to the Garden Tool website