The elevator in the parking garage at York Street is temporarily out of service. Please park on the middle (street) level if you are not able to use the stairs.
Denver Botanic Gardens is a living museum with more than 300,000 plants and the horticulturists that care for these plants have a wealth of knowledge about gardening in Colorado. Come enjoy the Gardens in the company of an expert.
In 2017, to compliment the Gardens’ programmatic theme of water, each tour features a unique focus on the Gardens’ use of water, water conservation or plant water needs:
- February: Orchids and their water needs (this tour is sold out)
- April: Plants that are adapted to steppe environments with a focus on water-smart gardens
- July: Plants that live in water
- October: Great Colorado native plants that only need rain water to thrive
Register to see available dates
Tours with low registration are subject to cancellation.