Savannah Botanical Gardens
The Savannah Botanical Gardens is owned and operated by Savannah Area Council of Garden Clubs, Inc. The site was conceived and designed in the late 1980’s as an all volunteer effort and is located just minutes from Savannah’s Historic District.
The garden includes both formal and naturalistic plantings as well as a two acre pond, amphitheater, nature trails, archaeological exhibit and the historic Reinhard House.
The herb parterre, vegetable garden, perennial garden and the Ann Douglas White Memorial Rose Center are among the more formal exhibits while the camellia collection, fern garden and native plant collection demonstrate a more naturalistic approach to gardening.
The garden is open every day during daylight hours all year round. Admission is free to everyone but donations are always appreciated. The walkways are largely wheelchair accessible with benches spaced throughout the garden for your convenience.
The walking tour is self-guided or you can arrange for a guided tour by contacting our office before your visit.
Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash and well behaved and please remember to pick up after your pets.