Plan Your Visit

The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens will be closed on December 25th, 26th, and the 1st of January in observation of City holidays.

Thanks to our generous sponsors and volunteers, admission to the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is entirely free to the public. For information on visiting the new Grand Conservatory, Paul Smith Children’s Village, and other specific exhibits, please see below.


The Grand Conservatory

Tues – Sat: 10 am – 5 pm
Sun: 12 pm – 5 pm
Mon: Closed

Main Grounds

Open from dawn to dusk.

The Paul Smith Children’s Village

Tues – Sat: 10 am – 5 pm
Sun: 12 pm – 5 pm
Mon: Closed


The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is located at 710 S. Lions Park Drive in Cheyenne, Wyoming. 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.


Peak hours and private events

During peak visiting hours, parking in and around the Botanic Gardens may be limited. Please refer to the map of parking areas to find a spot that suits you.

For special events, such as weddings, classes, and lectures, please enter via the Grand Conservatory entrance where you will be directed to park.

Tips for your visit

Interacting with Wildlife

The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is home to squirrels, foxes, geese, ducks, and other wildlife. We ask that you do not feed any of these animals during your visit and respect their space.

Dog Policy

Only certified service animals are allowed in the Grand Conservatory. Gentle and well-trained dogs are welcome to visit the outdoor garden spaces with you; however, they must be kept on a 6-foot or shorter leash at all times. In addition, owners are asked to please respect the Botanic Gardens grounds and clean up after their dogs.


Visitors are welcome to picnic in open areas of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens grounds. However, we ask that you please deposit any trash, recyclables, and compost in designated receptacles when you are finished.

General Expectations

The Botanic Gardens is a treasured space and source of peace for many. In order to preserve its beauty, we ask that you do not pick flowers, disturb plants, trees, or art installations, climb trees, throw rocks, or leave litter behind. In addition, building fires, carving anything into Botanic Gardens property, or bringing unapproved alcohol to the premises is strictly prohibited.



Group Visits

Interested in a group visit? Contact us here for more info.