“strives to entertain and delight”
Denver Botanic Gardens strives to entertain and delight while spreading the collective wisdom of the Gardens through outreach, collaboration and education. Our conservation programs play a major role in saving species and protecting natural habitats for future generations. It became a reality in 1951 when members of the Colorado Forestry and Horticulture Association incorporated as the non-profit Botanical Gardens Foundation of Denver and hired legendary landscape architect Saco R. DeBoer to create a 15-year master plan. It was one of the first gardens in the country to emphasize native plants and to champion environmentally responsible practices, such as water conservation and biological control of pests. Today, Denver Botanic Gardens continues this tradition at three unique sites: Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield and Mount Goliath. Each of these demonstrates the varied ecosystems of Colorado.
Great stop if you like plants. It has a great variety of stuff to look at but its a lot of walking.
My cousin actually got married here-- it was a really pretty wedding, but even beyond that the gardens are awesome. As far as botanic gardens go, it's pretty big. Plus, we were there in the fall and there was still a ton to see. Not something I'm used to, being from Ohio.
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Denver Botanic Gardens
- Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
- Sun, Sat: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
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