How long does it take to walk through Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens?

How long does it take to walk through Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens?

We’ve seen visitors that want to spend the whole day exploring (or multiple days) and visitors who want to just spend an hour. We agree, to really see the whole Garden and the Butterflies LIVE! exhibit, 2.5 hours is a good amount of time to allow for a leisurely pace.

What is Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden known for?

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden offers year-round beauty on a historic property with more than 50 acres of spectacular gardens, dining, and shopping. A classical domed Conservatory is the only one of its kind in the mid-Atlantic.

How big is the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden?

Today, the Garden is comprised of 82 acres and includes more than a dozen themed garden areas, including a Conservatory, Children’s Garden and Kroger Community Kitchen Garden growing fresh produce for area food banks.

Are the DC Botanical Gardens free?

It’s free to enter! Visiting the U.S. Botanic Garden and observing all of its wondrous features is free for the entire family. Its Conservatory and National Garden are open every day of the year from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., with the National Garden staying open until 7 p.m. from Memorial Day until Labor Day.

Can I bring food into Lewis Ginter?

What should I bring? You may want to bring a water bottle (we have a touchless water bottle refilling station) and, as always, dress for the weather. Outside food and picnics are not allowed to be brought into the Garden.

Can you bring food Lewis Ginter?

For the safety and enjoyment of our guests: Outside food or picnics are not allowed to be brought into the Garden except for pre-registered school groups. Learn more about food service at the Garden. We are unable to accommodate group meetings in the Garden Café.

Where is Lewis Ginter?

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden 1800 Lakeside Avenue • Richmond • Virginia 23228.

Why is U.S. botanical Garden closed?

Out of an abundance of caution, the Capitol Visitor Center and the Conservatory of the United States Botanic Garden will temporarily close to the public until further notice to reduce the risk of transmitting the coronavirus (COVID-19).

What should I wear to the botanical Garden?

Visiting Botanical Gardens Your attire should be comfortable and appropriate for the season – many botanical gardens are open year-round. Wear comfortable, low-heeled shoes for walking or hiking. Expect that your shoes will get dusty or dirty. Bring a sun hat or visor to protect your face from the sun.