Denver Botanic Gardens’ York Street location will open with capped numbers and timed tickets on Friday, May 22. Here are details on what to expect upon your return. Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms’ re-opening is yet to be determined.

Facilities include the Earl J. Sinnamon Visitor Center, the historical Hildebrand Ranch, a restored 1918 dairy barn and silo, the 1874 Deer Creek Schoolhouse, 2.5 miles of nature trails, the Deer Creek Discovery children’s play area and numerous wildflower gardens. Bring your binoculars and wander the many trails. The area is known for exceptional bird watching.

A small name change to Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms (formerly Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield) reflects the very big role of the “farm” in everything that happens at our Chatfield location: from events like harvest-themed Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze and the distinctly rural Santa's Village at Chatfield Farms to a growing commitment to food access through the Gardens’ Urban Food Initiatives.

Free Days

Self-Guided Tours

No pets allowed at Chatfield Farms. Service dogs/animals are permitted. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Here are other visitor guidelines.


Parking is included with admission and is located near the Earl J. Sinnamon Visitor Center.


There are paved walkways throughout Chatfield Farms. Read more

Photo Policy

Guidelines are intended for all guests, but a photography permit is required for commercial and portrait photography. Read more

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Map of Chatfield Farms

Here is a map of our Chatfield Farms gardens and facilities, including the location of the immersive sculpture One Fell Swoop by Patrick Dougherty.