“47 acres of display gardens”
Opened to the public in 1996, Green Bay Botanical Garden's 47 acres of display gardens and natural areas capture the beauty of Northeastern Wisconsin's four distinct and wonderful seasons. Visitors will enjoy outstanding garden architecture that sets the stage for an all-star performance by plants specially chosen for their ability to thrive in the Upper Midwest. A horticultural and recreational resource to the region, Green Bay Botanical Garden offers a variety of educational programs to its members and the community. A year-round calendar of special events features a wonderful mix of gardening, cultural and family activities, including the Garden's popular Annual Garden Fair and WPS Garden of Lights.
We only had about 30-40 minutes to explore the gardens and it was totally worth it! I only wish we had more time and that I had a better camera than my phone! The grounds are gorgeous and the kids areas were perfect to let my kids get some energy out on our road trip. My kids, 10, 7, and 4 years old loved it and didn't want to leave- we will be back!
Just stunning! Definitely worth the stop. At present adult tickets are $9 which covers 45 acres of meticulously groomed paved walking trails. On par with Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, Mi.
Very kid friendly as they even have a special section just for the little gardeners with a play area and tunnel slide as well.
Be sure to bring a hat and sunscreen as you'll want to spend at least an hour minimum here.
Be the first to add a review to the Green Bay Botanical Gardens.
Green Bay Botanical Gardens
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Is there a problem with this listing? Let us know.