With plenty of amazing gardens and trails found throughout the Huntsville Botanical Garden, it’s one of the top area attractions. The garden holds many public and private events throughout the year and they also provide education for both children and adults. Here’s what you will find when you visit the Huntsville Botanical Garden.
There are numerous gardens found throughout the facility including:
- Children’s Garden
- Four Seasons Garden
- Garden of Home
- Van Valkenburg Daylilly Garden
- Herb Garden
- Vegetable Garden
- Volunteer Tribute Garden
- And More!
The collection of plants is quite amazing and ranges from vegetables to flowers and so much more.
Along with the gardens, you will find plenty of other attractions here including:
- A Nature Center
- Garden Railway
- Mathews Nature Trail
- Lewis Birding Trail
- Purdy Butterfly House
- And More!
There’s something for all ages to enjoy and plenty of great ways to see the Huntsville Botanical Garden.
Throughout the year, the Huntsville Botanical Garden holds many festivals including:
- Beaks and Barks in the Winter
- Huntsville Blooms in the Spring
- Summer Exhibits
- Scarecrow Trail in the Fall
- Galaxy of Lights for the Holidays
All of these festivals provide a fun time and a great way to enjoy the gardens.
Location, Hours and Admission
The Huntsville Botanical Garden is found at 4747 Bob Wallace Avenue. They are open from 9am to 6pm, Monday through Saturday with later hours on Thursdays. They are also open from 12pm to 6pm. Hours are shorter during the winter months.
Admission to the gardens is free for members and children 2 and under. Regular admission is $12 for adults, $8 for children, $10 for seniors and $10 for students and military personnel. There is a $2 discount for admission from November to February.
If you want to discover the beauty of the gardens, come out and spend time walking through the many areas full of beautiful plants.