The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens boast nine acres of award-winning perennial and annual landscapes, as well as a diverse collection of specialty exhibits, a year-round vegetable garden, and the shining  Grand Conservatory.

Walk through the xeriscape, rose, herb, cacti, wetland, cottage, and woodland gardens, spend quiet moments by Discovery Pond, travel the Garden Labyrinth, or linger in any of the historic Rotary Century Plazas to experience the life of early Wyoming settlers. There’s always something new to see!

THE GRAND CONSERVATORY

Lush, airy, and tropical, the brand new Grand Conservatory is a gem to behold.

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COMMUNITY GARDENS

These gardens are tended by local volunteers and provide nourishment to those in need.

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BEDONT ROSE GARDEN

This garden of roses was designed to withstand the harsh climate of the Wyoming plains.

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RECKLING HERB GARDEN

Get up close. This herb garden was grown to inspire the senses.

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Labyrinth

Meditate along this winding labyrinth path. You may just find what you’ve been looking for.

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Historic Locomotive

Ol’ Sadie used to carry much-needed supplies, seeds, and plants to settlers of the High Plains.

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Sensory Garden and Gazebo

This raised garden bed was made to be both accessible and therapeutic to those with disabilities.

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Rotary Plazas

These three rotary plazas tell the story of Wyoming over the course of three centuries.

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Discovery Pond

This native wetland supports a variety of local wildlife and a healthy fish ecosystem.

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Rock and Conifer Garden

Find solace among this unique landscape of rocks and woody conifers.

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Art and Sculptures

Art installations like the iconic horseshoe sculpture dot the Botanic Gardens landscape.

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Peace Garden

An air of peace surrounds the inspirational Women’s Civic League Peace Garden.

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