The Quad City Botanical Center is in bloom again!
The Center has announced announce opening days for members and the public.

Members only are invited to visit the gardens starting on Saturday, June 6. Members only may visit June 6-14. Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 11am – 5pm.

Members and the general public are invited to the gardens starting June 17. The gardens will not be open to any guests Monday or Tuesday starting June 15. Hours are Wednesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 11am – 5pm.

All guests are highly encouraged to purchase same day tickets online to help the Botanical Center manage the number of guests in the gardens and reduce close contact at guest services.

Members receive free admission, but are still kindly asked to make a reservation.

When purchasing tickets or reserving online, you must select to visit either in the morning or afternoon of the day you buy tickets. Tickets are valid for the same day only. Most guests spend about 90 minutes exploring the gardens.

Find full ticketing details at qcgardens.com/admission

Guests are required to wear a mask at all times
No family groups greater than 10 people
Social distance from other groups
Please notice and obey signage including one ways and closed areas
Please maintain social distance from guests, staff and volunteers
Please honor your time slot to allow other visitors admission
The Children’s Garden is temporarily closed due to state mandates on water play
Pat’s Garden is temporarily closed due to inability to properly social distance
No access to the train garden due to inability to properly social distance
The Garden Store will allow one family unit (not to exceed five guests) at a time. Wearing a mask is required, hand sanitizing is encouraged and please ask for staff support while shopping.

ADMISSION
FREE for Members
$7.00 Adults (16+)
$4.00 Youth (ages 2-15)
FREE for Toddlers (under 2)

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