The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is located at 710 S. Lions Park Drive in Lions Park. It is just East of Frontier Days Park, a few minutes north of downtown Cheyenne and easily accessed from Interstate 25 or Interstate 80. It is approximately 100 miles (90 minutes) north of Denver.
Hours and Fees
Our main grounds are open to the public for viewing, strolling, picnicking and enjoying on a daily basis from dawn to dusk. Scroll to the bottom dark blue banner for the current open hours of the Solar Greenhouse Conservatory and the Paul Smith Children’s Village.
General admission is free, however there may be some special events or classes that have a charge.
Only gentle and very well-trained dogs are welcome. In addition, dogs must be on a six foot leash or less at all times.
Staff reserve the right to require that a dog be removed from the premises if:
1) The dog is not well behaved
2) Has endangered the safety of others or demonstrates the potential to endanger the safety of others.
3) Has done or is doing damage to plants or landscapes.
4) Owners are required to clean up after their dogs, if they do not, they will be asked to leave immediately.
Wildlife on the Grounds
The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is home to squirrels, foxes, geese, ducks, and other wildlife. We ask that you do not feed any of the wildlife during your visit. In addition there is a city ordinance that provides for a fine for feeding of geese.
For information on Parking click here.