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Denver Botanic Gardens

Recognized as one of the top botanic gardens in the country, visitors can explore 23 acres of gardens bursting with colorful flowers and exotic plants from around the world.

Denver Botanic Gardens is home to more than 15,000 species of plants, several world-renowned gardens, such as the Rock Alpine Garden, as well as nationally recognized plant collections, such as the water lily collection.

Tropical Botanica, housed in the Boettcher Memorial Conservatory, is one of the 10 major conservatories in the country and the only major tropical plant conservatory in the Rocky Mountain Region.

Visitors can be transported to Japan while they rest in the cool, green shade of the Japanese Garden, escape to the tropics in the warm and misty Tropical Botanica exhibit, experience sheer beauty in the Monet Garden and see a culinary delight while strolling through the French Kitchen Garden.
Watch for signs containing plant names, origins and uses, as well as interpretational signs, located throughout the Gardens.

Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Botanic Gardens



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