Display Gardens & Visitor Center
The Garden is open May 1 through Oct. 31. Plan your visit!
Accessibility: Berkshire Botanical Garden’s 24 acres are generally wheelchair friendly with paths through many parts of the Garden, in addition to manicured lawns throughout many other areas. The terrain is variable, and some gardens are only accessible by stone steps, although these areas are viewable from multiple points. Seating is available throughout the Garden. Many of our paths are accessible for people with disabilities. Wheelchairs are available with advanced reservation by calling 413-320-4794.
Visiting information: Access and admission to the Garden is obtained through the Visitor Center, which also offers snacks, cold beverages, as well as gifts, garden-related items and souvenirs. While the Garden often has farm animals on site when our Farm in the Garden Camp is in session, BBG is a public garden and dogs are not permitted on the grounds (with the exception of registered service animals). We welcome and encourage visitors to take their time at the Garden. Tables and benches are located throughout the property for picnics. Trash/recycling stations are located at the Education Center, Visitor Center, and near the Center House. Please, no smoking on the grounds.
Guided Public Tours
Guided public tours are scheduled at 11 a.m. once each day from June 1 to Sept. 1.
The Leonhardt Galleries
The Center House Leonhardt Galleries have become a beacon for both regional and international visiting artists whose work portrays the natural world. Please check our program calendar for information on current exhibitions.
Admission includes access to the gardens, art in the galleries and on grounds, a self-guided audio tour, a free group tour scheduled at 11 a.m. once each day from June 1 to Sept. 1, and the use of BBG buildings and bathrooms.
MEMBERS & CHILDREN UNDER 12: Free. Become a Member!
GENERAL ADMISSION: $18
SENIOR/REDUCED ADMISSION: $16
CARD TO CULTURE PROGRAM — EBT, WIC, and ConnectorCare*: Free admission to any bearer of these cards, their family and guests. Ticketed events excluded.
*Present EBT, WIC, or ConnectorCare card at check in.
*Card to Culture is a program in collaboration between Mass Cultural Council and the Department of Transitional Assistance, Massachusetts Health Connector and Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program. See the full list of participating organizations offering EBT, WIC, and ConnectorCare discounts
LIBRARY / MUSEUM PASS HOLDERS: Free *Present Museum / Library Pass obtained from participating library at check-in.
RECIPROCAL ADMISSION WITH NARM / ROAM / AHS MEMBERSHIP: Free *Present current membership cards with NARM/ROAM logo for each visitor at check-in. For more information about reciprocal admission click HERE.