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We will be closed on Wednesday, July 24th for Cheyenne Day. 

We will be open all other days of Cheyenne Frontier Days during our regular business hours. The grounds are always open from dawn to dusk. 

Gardens Gone Wild

Our “Gardens Gone Wild” exhibition is here! Nearly 20 bronze pieces by Dan Ostermiller are on exhibit throughout our grounds and the Grand Conservatory Building through August.

This exhibit is sponsored by US Bank and Jonah Bank of Wyoming.

You can contribute to our Keep the Bear Campaign to help us purchase Ursus, the large bear sculpture at our main entrance in front of the conservancy building, and keep it here at the gardens in perpetuity. Every gift gets us closer to making Cheyenne this guy’s permanent bear den! Make your online donation HERE!

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The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens exists to cultivate growth and enrichment in the community of Cheyenne by providing a treasured garden space for enjoyment, celebration, and education. Come experience the dazzling variety of award-winning, curated displays of plants, shrubs, and trees from around the world in the brand new Grand Conservatory, enjoy family-friendly activities in the Paul Smith Children’s Village, or take a walk through the community vegetable garden and greenhouse.



Explore the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens wide-ranging plant collections and landscapes, as well as must-see exhibits and special spaces, such as the Paul Smith Children’s Village and High Plains Arboretum.

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The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens help cultivate growth and enrichment in the Cheyenne community and beyond—and it depends on the generosity of supporters like you. Thanks to you, we’ve helped thousands create meaningful connections to nature. And we won’t stop there.

Help us grow by volunteering at the gardens, become a member and visit often, or donate to help us expand.
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Whether you have a vegetable garden, rose garden, or weed garden, our Cheyenne Botanic Gardens experts will help you find your way. Explore our collection of tips and tricks on everything from growing food of your own, to managing harsh weather conditions on the High Plains.

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