Learn. Play. Grow.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is a captivating destination in Northwest Arkansas that draws more than 80,000 visitors a year. The Garden is a collection of twelve themed gardens and includes the region’s only butterfly house. We are a member-supported public garden dedicated to education and environmental awareness and serve as a community destination for unique nature experiences.
Our education programs include workshops, classes, and lectures for adults in horticulture, conservation, and other topics of interest to gardeners of all skill levels and others who admire the beauty and science of the natural world. The majority of our education programs are for children of all ages. We work with area school districts to provide hands-on nature and science learning experiences. Our programs such as Little Sprouts, Earth Day, Butterfly Days, and Firefly Fling offer unique outdoor experiences to thousands of children each year.
Admission: $7 for adults (ages 13 & over); $4 for children (ages 5-12); free for children 4 and under.
Always FREE for BGO Members!
Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm
4703 N. Crossover Road • Fayetteville, AR • 72764
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
June-August | Join us this summer for Terrific Tuesday Nights! The garden will be open and free to the public every Tuesday from 5 to 8 pm in June, July & August. On select evenings we will have entertainment including free summer concerts & more! See the lineup here.
Summer camp registration is now open! We are offering two camps this year: a Butterfly Camp and a Science & Art Camp. Both involve hands-on activities and lots of fun! Learn more and register.
Image courtesy of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
September 10 | Tickets are on sale now! Join us for the most delicious event of the season – the 12th Annual Chefs in the Garden! Stroll through the garden while indulging in a diverse selection of sweet and savory culinary creations from the area’s finest chefs. This event WILL sell out – get your tickets here.
Image courtesy of Cole Fennel Photography