Amenities

The Marigold & Honey Café is currently closed for the season.
It will reopen Spring 2018.

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 The Garden Gift Shop

 

GiftshopThe Gift Shop features a wide array of unique gift items. Highlights include: pottery, specialty food items, unusual souvenirs plus gardening books and tools.

The Gift Shop is open Monday – Sunday 9 am to 5:00 pm.

During Million Bulb Walk 2017 the Gift Shop will remain open until 9:00pm each night.

 

 


Library

The Fred Heutte Horticultural Library, located in the Education Building, is an excellent resource for information on all aspects of gardening. Only members may check out books, but everyone is welcome to use the library for reference. Next time you are curious about anything horticulture related, visit the Fred Heutte Horticulture Library, we’ve got what you need! Learn more…


Other Amenities

  • Accessibility: All trams are wheelchair accessible. There are a limited number of wheelchairs that are available in the Visitor Center on a first come first serve basis.  To request special assistance, please contact 757-441-5830 ext. 324 (front desk).
  • Benches located throughout the Garden.
  • Free Parking adjacent to the staffed main Visitor Center.
  • 12 miles of Walking Paths
  • 8 minute video overview of the Garden.
  • Picnic area includes a covered picnic pavilion and picnic benches.
  • Exhibits: seasonal outdoor exhibitions and changing exhibits displayed in the Visitor Center year round.
  • Water Fountains: Located at Cobblestone Bridge, Colonial Garden, Hydrangea Garden, Picnic Area, Tram Circle, Woodman of the World Wayside, World of Wonders Children’s Garden.
  • Courtesy Phone: For local calls in Visitor Center and Garden Education building.
  • Restrooms: Bristow Butterfly Garden, Garden Education building, Next to the Garden Cafe, Picnic area, Rose Garden Hall, Visitor Center, World of Wonders Children’s Garden.
  • Vending Machines: The Bristow Butterfly Garden and World of Wonders Children’s Garden.