Welcome to Greensboro's Public Gardens

Greensboro Beautiful has developed four distinct public gardens with the generous support of private contributions. While Greensboro's gardens offer visual and sensory enjoyment, the impact goes beyond the surface of physical beauty. The gardens grow more than trees and flowers; they nurture strong communities by contributing to education, environmental conservation, health and recreation.

Click here for a map to each of Greensboro's Public Gardens.

The gardens are open year-round. Hours vary throughout the year.
Admission is free.

Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden

Known for its massive colorful plantings and bronze sculptures, the garden is a popular and relaxing retreat.
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Greensboro Arboretum

This 17-acre site features 10 woody plant collections, special display gardens, and distinctive structural features.
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Bog Garden at Benjamin Park

A wetland home to numerous wildlife species and native plants.
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Gateway Gardens

Situated at one of the city's major entryways, Gateway Gardens integrates elements of playfulness, discovery, and elegance.
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Garden Events

Greensboro Beautiful has developed a series of thematic events in the gardens which feature local artists,
musicians, horticultural education, children's activities, and fun for the whole family.