Denver Botanic Gardens

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1007 York St (btwn 11th Ave & 9th Ave)
Denver, CO 80206
(720) 865-3500
Botanical Garden, Garden
Hours
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–9:00 PM

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  • A 23-acre oasis in the heart of the city, this is home to more than 33,000 plants from all over the globe. Each of the 45 gardens offers sights, sounds and smells not found anywhere else in Colorado.
  • This garden takes advantage of all the senses, providing touchable, smellable, tasty, colorful and aural outdoor experiences all rolled into one.
  • York Streets Denver Botanic Gardens is an experience that grows on you. Explore dozens of gardens from around the world and take break on the green roof of native plants.
  • Did you know? Denvers was one of the first gardens in the country to emphasize native plants and environmentally responsible practices, including water conservation and biological pest control.
  • Become a member to get first dibs on tickets to their summer concert series.
  • This place is amazing.
  • Get there early to see the Christmas lights, it gets very busy!
  • The summer concerts are a blast! Be sure to show up early though because they fill up quick!
  • Amazing! I want to see this at night all lit up
  • This garden is huge and full of splendor! With the chihuly exhibit I could hang out all day!
  • Pretty flowers. Get there early, at least on weekends, or the crowds are crowdy.
  • Now you'll have a bunch of ideas for new tattoos ;)
  • Great place for Fun n more! Here you will find classes, lectures, gardening children & family programs, trips & travel and more
  • Check out the concerts in the garden held during the summer months. Fun was to explore the grounds.
  • The free wifi is typically fast and good!
  • It's covered in bees!
  • The beautiful atrium on a cold day is the best, I could stay in there for hours.
  • Just inside the entrance, outside and down stairs on the east side of the main building is the five senses garden. The highlight are the plants that curl up in response to being touched.
  • Blossoms of Light is open - very busy, get in early to avoid lines!
  • The Denver Botanic Gardens was one of the first gardens in the country to promote environmentally responsible practices such as water conservation and biological control of pests.