Atlanta Botanical Garden
Earth goddess plant sculpture in the Atlanta Botanical Garden, USA
Earth goddess plant sculpture in the Atlanta Botanical Garden, USA

Atlanta Botanical Garden Tours and Tickets

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Adjacent to Piedmont Park, Atlanta Botanical Garden comprises a stunning 30 acres (12 hectares) of indoor and outdoor themed gardens, woodland areas, brooks, fern glades, and walking paths. A highlight is the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory, a massive collection of plants from tropical rainforests and deserts from around the globe.

  • 1345 Piedmont Ave. NW, Midtown, Atlanta, Georgia, 30309

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Q:What are Atlanta Botanical Garden hours of operation?
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Atlanta Botanical Garden hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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Q:How long does it take to go through the Atlanta Botanical Garden?
A:Most visits to the Atlanta Botanical Garden last between 1.5 and two hours. All tickets have timed entrance, and it’s a good idea to arrive around 15 minutes before your scheduled time. Once inside the garden, however, you can stay as long as you wish—there’s no time limit.
Q:What do you wear to the Atlanta Botanical Garden?
A:Bring a comfortable pair of walking shoes to explore the Atlanta Botanical Garden, as some of the well-maintained trails have an uneven surface. Shoes and shirts are always required for adult visitors, but children can don a bathing suit to enjoy the Lou Glenn Children’s Garden Splash Pad.
Q:What is the best time to visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden?
A:Spring is a wonderful time to visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden because March and April bring a profusion of brightly colored tulips, along with daffodils, hyacinths, and crocuses. Holiday displays from November through January are another highlight, with the Kendeda Canopy Walk and topiary sculptures decked in glittering lights.
Q:Can you bring food into the Atlanta Botanical Garden?
A:No, you can’t bring food or beverages into the Atlantic Botanical Garden. (Water bottles are OK, and filling stations are on site.) Grab-and-go snacks and sit-down meals are available inside the garden at the outdoor Snack Bar, the Longleaf Quick Café, and the full-service restaurant Longleaf.
Q:Can I take photos in the Atlanta Botanical Garden?
A:Yes, you can shoot photos for personal use inside the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Amateur photographers are welcome to take pictures on site—favorite backdrops include the city-backdropped Skyline Garden, the Great Lawn, and the Japanese Garden. Professional photographers must secure a permit, with deposits due two weeks in advance.
Q:Do you need to book tickets to the Atlanta Botanical Garden in advance?
A:It’s a good idea to book Atlanta Botanical Garden tickets in advance, especially if you’re visiting on the weekend. All admission to the garden is timed ticketing, and open time slots during peak hours frequently sell out. Entry times are offered every 30 minutes and you can enter at or after your purchased time slot. While walk-in tickets are available at the visitor center ticket office, admission is not guaranteed.