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Many of our innovative gardens are models of drought-tolerance and showcase native and adapted plants that thrive in Western gardens. Throughout Denver Botanic Gardens, the time honored traditions of European horticulture merge with a dynamic diversity of plants and design that represent the best in horticultural achievement.
Our York Street location features gardens representing all corners of the world from authentic Japanese Gardens to plants native to South Africa in our South African Plaza. As you stroll from garden to garden, you are able to experience plants from around the world â€“ right here in Colorado.
Denver Botanic Gardens has opened the city's first publicly accessible green roof, located above our Offshoots at the Gardens cafe. The green roof is the first of its kind on a city-owned building in Denver, and is a highly visible demonstration of the many benefits of green roofs for communities and for building owners.
There are additional Denver Botanic Garden facilities at Chatfield (off of Deer Creek Canyon Rd. in the nearby foothills), and at Mount Goliath in the Mount Evans area.
Oct 1-May 11: 9am-5pm daily. May 12-Sep 30: 9am-8pm daily. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.
Members & Children 2 and under: Free. Adults: $12.50. Seniors (65 and over): $9.50. Students & Children 3-15: $9.
Parking is free in our parking complex located between Josephine and York Streets. Parking is also available in Cheesman Park where posted.
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