Take a Walk on the Greener Side at Cleveland Botanical Garden
Discover a lush, beautiful, and tranquil oasis amidst the urban landscape of Cleveland, Ohio. Explore nine acres of captivating outdoor gardens, or head over to the sprawling 17,000-square-foot Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse where you'll find a spiny desert of Madagascar and a Costa Rican rainforest teeming with butterflies. Visitors can also check out spectacular seasonal exhibits at this popular Cleveland attraction throughout the year. Escape the concrete jungle and find yourself a bit closer to nature during your next visit to Cleveland.
Children (3-12): $8
Children 2 and under: Free
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am to 9 pm
Sunday:Noon to 5 pm
Fall Youth and Family Programs
How do I get to the Cleveland Botanical Garden?
Located in University Circle near downtown Cleveland, the Cleveland Botanical Garden is just three miles south of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard exit on the I-90 and in the vicinity of other popular local attractions like the Cleveland Museum of Art and Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Are the gardens wheelchair accessible?
Yes, both the indoor and outdoor areas of the Cleveland Botanical Garden are wheelchair accessible. Most of the outdoor areas are paved, and there is an elevator that can take visitors up to the second level where you’ll find the butterfly gardens. The parking garage also has a wheelchair ramp.