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The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an municipal sanctuary that includes 53 acres of landscaped gardens, restored forests and areas of natural wetlands. The botanical gardens' collections display plants that flourish in the Pacific Northwest. Our display of great garden architecture and gardening skills encourages guests to design their own attractive, wholesome gardens.

We offer thousands of guests a space of peace, relaxation and learning every year. There is also a lot of entertainment in every season: plant selling, community celebrations, summer concerts, art exhibits and light festivals.

The Bellevue Botanic Garden Visitor Center, along with the Aaron Education Center, has been awarded a gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certificate by the US Green Building Council. The gardens provide guided walks that educate guests on safe gardening and planting techniques. The new visitor reception center houses meetings, events, plant sales and also serves as a location for rent. The park is open daily with free admission.

There is a Copper Kettle Coffee

Bar Hours:
Takeout only
Monday-Thursday 10AM-3PM
Friday 10AM-4PM
Saturday and Sunday 10AM-5PM

Activities: plant selling, community celebrations, summer concerts, art exhibits and light festivals.

Size: 53 acres

Entry: free

Guided tours: free (donation suggested)

Wheelchair Access: Yes

Dogs Allowed: No

Parking: free

Calendar of events: https://bellevuebotanical.org/events/

Membership: yes

Cost of membership:

  • Individual $35 (one year); $60 (two years)
  • Family $50 (one year); $95 (two years)
  • Supporting $100 (one year)
  • Contributing $250 (one year)
  • Circles of giving $500 (one year)
Tuesday
  • 9AM–5PM
Wednesday
  • 9AM–5PM
Thursday
  • 9AM–5PM
Friday
  • 9AM–5PM
Saturday
  • 9AM–7PM
Sunday
  • 9AM–5PM
Monday
  • 9AM–5PM

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