Learn. Play. Grow.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks is a unique destination in Northwest Arkansas that draws more than 80,000 visitors a year. The Garden is a collection of twelve themed gardens and includes the region’s only butterfly house. Our mission is to provide educational, entertainment, and recreational opportunities for students, residents, and Garden visitors to increase their appreciation of the native and natural ecosystem of the Ozarks.
Our education programs include workshops, classes, and lectures for adults in horticulture, conservation, and other topics of interest to gardeners of all skill levels and others who admire the beauty and science of the natural world. The majority of our education programs are for children of all ages. We work with area school districts to provide hands-on nature and science learning experiences. Our programs such as Little Sprouts, Earth Day, Butterfly Days, and Firefly Fling offer unique outdoor experiences to thousands of children each year.
Admission: $7 for adults (ages 13 & over); $4 for children (ages 5-12); free for children 4 and under.
Always FREE for BGO Members!
4703 N. Crossover Road • Fayetteville, AR • 72764
eARTh Theatre Festival
Tickets are on sale now! Classic children’s tales come to life in the garden. The eARTh Theatre Festival will feature four family-friendly plays, performed by Arts Live Theatre actors and actresses. Guests can also participate in Earth Day crafts and meet some of their favorite fairy tale characters. Purchase tickets.
Annual Plant Sale
Kick off spring by shopping for your garden! Garden members can enjoy sangria & craft beer while shopping the first pick of plants on Friday, April 27 from 5 to 8 pm. Become a member. The public can come shop the sale on Saturday, April 28 from 8 am to 12 pm. Learn more.
Our fall/winter newsletter is out now. Read all about the fun things happening at the garden over the next few months in our Garden Elements newsletter!
Current Garden Conditions:
Want to know what the current weather conditions are at the garden? Follow this link to see live weather data from our Earth Networks weather station.