Memphis Botanic Garden strives to enhance lives by connecting people
with nature, increasing awareness and appreciation of our environment.
Our 96-acre property includes 28 specialty gardens, which provide an
in-depth look into various families of plants, flowers, and trees.
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Big Backyard family garden offers a place for jumping, splashing,
digging, creating, and discovering the joys of time spent outdoors. The
renowned Seijaku-en, Japanese Garden of Tranquility, is a popular
attraction, with its recognizable red drum bridge and unique cultural
features. Our Herb Garden is one of the largest in the
nation, and offers unique opportunities for programming and visitor
Most recently, Memphis Botanic Garden has completed renovations of the Sculpture Garden and Rose Garden, both areas that provide beautiful settings for visitors to enjoy, as well as scenic spots for special events and weddings.
Memphis Botanic Garden serves over 40,000 school-aged children
annually through organized education programs, offering them the
opportunity to get outdoors and learn through hands-on activities and
nature play. Students come from 192 area schools, including 102 Memphis
public schools where 83% of the children qualify for lunch assistance
programs, reaching an under-served population through our educational
We invite you to join us for a year-round schedule of special events
programs, including the Live at the Garden Summer Concert Series,
monthly wine tastings, family activities, art exhibits, classes,
Memphis Botanic Garden is a member of the American Horticultural Society,
which provides our members with free admission to reciprocal gardens
across the country. For a list of reciprocal gardens, visit ahs.org.
Click here to make a donation in support of our mission.
Memphis Botanic Garden is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
View our 2014 990, 2014 990T, and audited financials.
Memphis Botanic Garden will not sell, trade or share a donor's personal
information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other