Our Welcoming Space

Explore, Connect, and Experience

Bartram’s Garden welcomes everyone to explore, connect to nature, participate in programs, celebrate personal journeys, relax, reflect, and experience something new.

The grounds at Bartram’s Garden are free and open to the public 365 days a year, dawn til dusk. 

Welcome Center
Monday–Saturday, 9am–4pm
Online shopping also available here.

Public Restrooms
Daily, 9am–4pm

COVID19 Safety
Please wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth and maintain 6-foot social distancing from all staff and other guests. See all site rules here.

Guided Tours
We are not currently offering regularly scheduled public tours.

Directions
The garden is accessible by the #36 trolley. Parking is free and bicycle racks are also available. Detailed driving directions are available here, or type “5400 Lindbergh Boulevard Philadelphia” into your GPS.

During warmer weather, you can also take a Schuylkill River cruise to Bartram’s Garden, to and from Center City, aboard Patriot Harbor Lines, LLC. Click here for ticket information.

Accessibility

Large portions of our 50+ acre botanical garden can be explored via wheelchair, though some of our woodland paths should be used with discretion. The restrooms in the stable yard each have a wheelchair-accessible stall, though the restroom doors are not automated. There is a step down to enter the Bartram house, and stairs with a handrail to the upper floors .

We are working to make our space accessible for all. If you have questions, comments, or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us: 215-729-5281 or info@bartramsgarden.org.

Members receive benefits—and help us grow!

Bartram’s Garden members, who are partners in our growth, receive free unlimited tours and discounts on shop purchases. Click here to become a member or join the day of your visit and receive immediate benefits!

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With a tradition of horticulture going back 300 years, Philadelphia is America’s Garden Capital. Visit more than 30 public gardens, arboreta, and historic landscapes, all located within 30 miles of our landmark city.

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