For the safety of all guests, a limited number of visitors will be admitted every 15 minutes. All visits must be reserved by purchasing a timed ticket(s) onlineMembers also must reserve their free-visit times. All visitors will receive a confirmation email. Entry is not guaranteed to those who walk up and purchase/reserve tickets.

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Atlanta Garden
Daytime Admission

Adult $21.95*
Child ages 3-12 $18.95*
Child under 3 Free
Garden member Free

Gainesville Garden
Daytime Admission

Adult $8*
Child ages 3-12 $5*
Child under 3 Free
Garden member Free

*Sales tax not included

Atlanta Admission

Enjoy the Garden and its current exhibitions during daytime hours.


Gainesville Admission (opens June 16)

Enjoy the Gainesville Garden during daytime hours.

General Admission Tickets MEMBER RESERVATIONS

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Unlimited daytime admission that pays off in just two or three visits is just the beginning of our valuable Garden member benefits.

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School and
Group Tours

The Garden offers discounted docent-led and self-guided group visits in Atlanta and Gainesville. Pre-registration is required.



Improve your home garden, learn to draw your favorite botanicals and more with the Garden’s robust schedule of classes.


Ticket Policy & Refunds

Admission and special events tickets purchased online or onsite at the Garden are date- and event-specific. Tickets are valid only for the date and time of admission listed on the ticket. The Garden does not provide refunds, exchanges or rain checks. Contact the Guest Experience team by email, web or phone at 404-876-5859. During daytime hours, Garden admission is required for non-members to dine at Longleaf.

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In Atlanta, 0n-site parking is available in the SAGE Parking Facility for Garden guests on Levels 4, 5 and 6 via the Garden’s Piedmont Avenue entrance. Piedmont Park guests use Levels 1, 2 and 3 via Monroe Drive entrance.

In Gainesville, on-site parking is free. During large events like Concerts in the Garden, shuttles are used to transport visitors to and from the Garden.

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Give to the Garden

The Garden is a non-profit organization sustained by the generosity of members and friends. Gifts directly support the Garden’s operations, plant displays and collections, engaging educational programs for children and adults and conservation work to protect endangered plants across the Southeast.

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