Savannah's transforming horticultural destination, the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is part of the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. We're 51 acres of historic plants, ornamental gardens, lakes, early 20th-century buildings and modern pick-your-own berry fields. Once a USDA plant introduction station, today we are becoming a comprehensive botanical garden.
Adults (Age 17 and above): $5
Youth (Age 6 to 16): $3
Children (Age 5 and under): FREE
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Quick LinksGift Shop
Stop by and peruse our Gift Shop in the Visitor Center, featuring botanical-theme items. Admission not required to visit the Gift Shop.Become a Member
Join the non-profit support group "Friends of the Coastal Gardens". One of the benefits of membership is free Gardens admission for daytime visits across the year.Garden / Plant Highlights
It's summertime in coastal Georgia. What's in flower depends on our weather regime.Courses and Workshops
There are no continuing education classes at this time.Important Reminders
Dogs are not permitted at CGBG during your visit. Leashed bonafide assistance dogs are allowed. Note: 'therapy' and 'comfort' dogs do NOT meet the State of Georgia legal or University policy definitions of an assistance animal.
CGBG is a tobacco-free University property: smoking and chewing tobacco products and e-cigarettes (vaping) are prohibited.
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Calendar at a Glance:
- Autumn Gardenfest
Friday, October 27: 12 to 4 pm
Saturday, October 28: 9 am to 3 pm
Our fall event is back to celebrate and addressing everything for your garden! A per-vehicle parking fee is charged. After parking, you have free access to the Gardens and seminars during this seasonal event! Choose to attend on either of two days and attend free gardening seminars in the Visitor Center (see schedule below). In the grassed Event Field, browse vendors for garden-related items, including plants (fall is the best time to plant perennials, trees and shrubs in our region!).
- CGBG CLOSED
Monday, September 4
In observance of Labor Day
Join us in thanking our 2017 Strawberry Supper Sponsors, whose contributions advance our Children's Garden: