Your Guide to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens Reopening

The Garden is open! Right in the heart of Midtown, Atlanta’s own urban oasis has been a place of peace and tranquility. The reopening of the Gardens is an exciting step to the community’s recovery from COVID-19. Get all the details on the Garden’s reopening, including information on timed ticketing, new hours, and guides to safe visits!

New Garden Hours
Tuesdays – Sundays | 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Cocktails in the Garden
Daily | Entry at 5:00 p.m.

Members-Only Hours
Mondays | 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

What’s Open at Atlanta Botanical Garden?

For your safety, many of the pathways throughout the Gardens are now marked as one-way only. As the Garden reopens, most of the Outdoor Spaces will open first, including:

Canopy Walk | Earth Goddess | Storza Woods| Parterre
Rose Garden | Japanese Garden | Edible Garden
Great Lawn  | Skyline Garden

Alice’s Wonderland Reimagined

Alice’s Wonderland is bigger and better than ever as it makes its return to the Botanical Garden! 

Venture down the rabbit hole through November 1st with larger-than-life sculptures of Alice and the Red Queen herself. New for 2020, be sure to catch a peek at the towering White Rabbit, heart “trees,” and Cheshire Cat!

Closed Attractions

In an effort to keep all Garden guests safe, indoor spaces will remain closed until further notice, including:

Fuqua Conservatory | Orchid Center
Longleaf restaurant dining room | Garden Gift Shop |
Lou Glenn Children’s Garden (including Splash Pad and weekly programming)

Timed Ticketing & Guest Passes

Guests are invited to  enjoy their experience in the garden through reserved time slots. Timed tickets enable the Garden to permit entry to a limited number of guests in 15-minute increments. Guests must arrive within 1 15-minute window of their reserved times.

While Guest Passes will continued to be honored, they must be turned into Admissions for a timed ticket. Guest passes that expired during the closure will be honored.

Food & Beverages

With the exception of a refillable water bottle (refreshed at designated stations), outside food and beverages are prohibited. Al-fresco dining is permitted in designated space with picnic-style food purchased from the Longleaf Quick Cafe (mask required) and Snack Bar. Bars will be serving during the evenings. Credit cards only.

Garden Map
Includes updated status of attractions and restrooms

More information on the reopening of Atlanta’s Botanical Garden.

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