We warmly welcome you to Berkshire Botanical Garden—one of the oldest public display gardens in the region! We invite you to stroll our 15-acre grounds and enjoy dozens of unique garden areas blending intimate landscapes with seasonal palettes. Open year-round, the Garden is an outdoor classroom for visitors of all ages. Experience the beauty of the Berkshires while exploring the natural world! Our display areas feature thousands of varieties of herbaceous and woody plants suited to the Berkshires, with many that are native.
The Garden’s 15 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.
We invite you to visit our three greenhouses and Education Center, where classes and workshops are offered year-round. Our newly renovated and expanded Center House is home to three galleries featuring horticultural-inspired art, a botanical library and study area, teaching kitchen, and a classroom/reception area.
For 2018, we are pleased to present ART/GARDEN, featuring Beautiful Strangers: Artists Discover the Garden curated by James Salomon and highlighting works by ten contemporary sculptors throughout the Garden, and Ellsworth Kelly’s iconic plant lithographs inside the new Center House Leonhardt Galleries. Both exhibitions will be on display through September 30.
We look forward to your visit!
ART/GARDEN has been generously underwritten with a grant from the Dorothea Leonhardt Fund at the Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc.