Houston Botanic Garden is open with COVID-19 safety protocols in place. Facemasks are required to visit. View Garden Rules.

Houston Botanic Garden is open with COVID-19 safety protocols in place. Facemasks are required to visit. View Garden Rules.

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With Sims Bayou running through and around the northern edge of the site — creating two distinct spaces, the Island and the South Gardens, connected by a bayou bridge — the Houston Botanic Garden features 132 acres of horticultural displays, natural ecosystems, and walking trails.
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Community Garden
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Susan Garver Family Discovery Garden
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Coastal Prairie
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Stormwater Wetlands
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Woodland Glade
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Culinary Garden
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Global Collection Garden
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Welcome Fountain
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Pine Grove
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Picnic Grove
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Botanic Lane
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Park Place Entry

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Restrooms
Drinking Fountains
Free Parking
Bicycle Rack
All walking trails are ADA-compliant.

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Park Place Entry
The Entry Garden gives passersby a glimpse of what they will find beyond the Garden's gate.
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Botanic Lane
Our entry drive lined with live oaks helps visitors transition from the hustle and bustle of the city to the serenity and calm of the Garden.
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Picnic Grove
In the Picnic Grove, which is accessible with or without an admission ticket to the Garden, a selection of oaks provide a shady, grassy place for all to gather.
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Pine Grove
The Pine Grove greets visitors as they pass through the entry gate and provides a shady space for gathering and relaxation.
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Welcome Fountain
Aquatic plants around the base of and tucked within the natural cavities of exquisite coralstone blocks from a quarry in the Dominican Republic.
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Global Collection Garden
Three acres of themed tropical, subtropical, and arid zones showcase a wide variety of diverse and beautiful plants from around the world.
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Culinary Garden
The Culinary Garden will feature edible and medicinal plants—many of which visitors could grow in their own yards.
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Woodland Glade
Intimate-yet-open space visitors can rent to host weddings and other celebrations surrounded by the beauty of nature.
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Stormwater Wetlands
The Stormwater Wetlands is a natural habitat that attracts wildlife while exhibiting how green infrastructure can help with flood control and water purification.
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Coastal Prairie
The Coastal Prairie is a sustainable habitat of prairie grasses and other native species that promotes conservation of soil, water, air, and wildlife.
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Susan Garver Family Discovery Garden
Engage with nature in hands-on ways, including simple water machines, a boardwalk maze around a lagoon, and plenty of space to roam and explore.
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Community Garden
The Community Garden will provide bed space, supplies, resources, and classes to bring our neighbors together.
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