Open to the Public
9am - 4pm Daily. Closed Tuesdays
Closed New Year's Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Summer Tours of the Garden are open to the public on Thursdays & Fridays at 10am. Included with Garden admission. No reservation required.
Click here to download the Visitor Map.
General Garden Admission
Please check-in at the Gift Shop.
- $12 Adults
- $10 Seniors (65+)
- $8 Children ages 13-17/Active Military/Students with ID
- Children 12 and under are free
- No admission fee for members, become a member today!
- No charge for AHS RAP members
PO Box 232, Glen Ellen, CA 95442
12841 HWY 12, Glen Ellen, CA 95442
Offices are open 9am - 4pm Monday - Friday (closed all major holidays)
About 8 miles north of Sonoma, the Garden is located on California Highway 12 (Sonoma Highway), just north of Arnold Drive intersection.
Do NOT turn on Miller Rd. Enter directly through the gate off HWY 12. Click here to view the Garden's entrance gate on Google Maps.
When you enter the gate off HWY 12, follow signs to Visitor Parking. Please check-in at the Gift Shop before you enter the Garden.
Things to Know
Wheelchair accessibility is limited. There are steep hills and uneven, loose trails. Unfortunately, the width, grade, and surfacing of our pathways does not allow for safe transportation or shuttling for members of the public on golf carts. Please contact us if you have questions.
Please leave pets at home (except service dogs). Cracking your car windows does not keep your pet safe. When outside temperatures are only 70oF, it can reach 100oF in your car in just 20 minutes..
Photography is welcomed.
Picnic areas are scattered throughout the garden and near the parking lot.
We encourage guests to bring water in refillable water bottles. Water is available in the Gift Shop for purchase, but there is no access to drinking water on the trails.Restrooms are located near the parking area and in the Garden northwest of the arbor. Note: the Arbor restrooms are Port-a-Potties.
To ensure the tranquility of the garden for all, biking and smoking are prohibited.
We share the Garden with rattlesnakes and mountain lions. For your safety, stay on the paths.
The Garden is a living museum with a scientifically documented collection. Many plants are rare or endangered and therefore significant to conservation efforts. Please do not remove seeds or cuttings from the garden.
The garden is open year-round for horticultural students and professionals, for the purpose of botanical research and private horticultural study. Please contact us for more information.
Click here to download our Visitor Map.