With more than 32,000 plants from such far-away places as Australia, Africa and the Himalayas, Denver Botanic Gardens is recognized as one of the top five botanical gardens in the United States. There’s something for all ages — and all five of your senses. Founded in 1951, the Denver Botanic Gardens works to connect people with plants, especially plants from the Rocky Mountain Region (and similar regions around the world), providing delight and enlightenment to everyone. Art and science unite in the Gardens’ spectacular 23-acre site, offering an unforgettable artistic garden experience for the whole family, as well as a living laboratory for education and plant conservation programs.
Address: 909 York Street
Denver, CO 80206