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Gardens and Arboretums in Tucson

Are you planning a trip to Tucson? Then stopping at one of these great Tucson gardens and arboretums is an absolute must! Providing a natural paradise amidst the busy city, you will have an unforgettable time seeing all the beautiful flowers and landscapes at these amazing Tucson gardens.


7366 North Paseo del Norte,
Tucson, AZ 85704


Experience Countless Beauties of Nature 
At Tohono Chul’s gardens visitors are able to see a flash flood irrigating the Sin agua Garden. Sin Agua” means “without water” in Spanish. Hence, this garden features desert landscaping using largely harvested rainwater. In spring, wildflowers abound, one could possibly get ideas for home landscaping at the Desert Discovery Garden and Demonstration Gardens. Children can float their boat in the Children’s Garden. For those with restricted time or mobility, the new Sonoran Seasons Garden and hummingbird Garden can be found near the Garden bistro.

Times for the park are 8AM – 5PM daily and for shops it is 9AM – 5PM Daily. The Park is closed New Year’s Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Park Admission free to Park Members and kids under 5, $8 Adults (13+), $6 Seniors (62+), $5 Active Military, $4 Students with valid ID, $2 children (5-12)

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2150 North Alvernon Way,
Tucson, AZ 85712


Enjoy Nature in Tucson's Botanical Gardens
The Tucson botanical Gardens was established originally at the home of Harrison G. Yocumon. North Jefferson Street contained a wide variety of cacti and palms and was open to the general public. Memberships became available in 1968, and also the group became established as a non-profit corporation in the subsequent year. On March 31, 1975 an article in the Tucson Daily citizen expressed, “A dream of ten years is close to be accomplished when Tucson botanical Gardens is formally established at a permanent site of North Alvernon way.”

This garden in Arizona is open seven days a week, year round, except July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year’s Day.

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