Plan Your Visit

Immerse yourself in the plants and cultures of the global tropics and subtropics. Naples Botanical Garden is home to thousands of unique plants that will have you captivated the moment you set foot on our boardwalk. Here’s more to help you plan for a memorable day in the Garden.

Garden Visitor Info


4820 Bayshore Drive

Naples, FL 34112


Summer Hours


8am – 2pm


Adults: $25

Children (4 – 17): $10

Children 3 & under: FREE

Members: FREE

Museums on Us

On select Sundays, Bank of America cardholders receive complimentary admission to the Garden through the Bank of America Museums on Us promotion. To redeem, please present your Bank of America card and ID at Ticketing in person.

Museums on Us Details

Upcoming Museums on Us Dates:

June 2

Blue Star Museums

May 18 – September 2

This summer, Naples Botanical Garden has once again joined Blue Star Museums, a National Endowment of the Arts Initiative honoring the sacrifices of our active-duty military families. From May 18, Armed Forces Day, to September 2, Labor Day, active-duty military personnel and their families may receive free admission to the Garden with qualifying identification.

Visit this page for more information.

Summer Resident Discount

Collier, Lee, and Charlotte County residents receive a discounted admission from June 1 – September 30 with proof of residence. Please have ID or relevant documentation available on arrival to Ticketing windows. May not be combined with other discounts.

  • Adults: $15 
  • Children (ages 4 – 17): $5 
  • Dogs (Tuesdays & Sundays from 9 – 11 am ONLY): $10 


ADA accessible paths are through all buildings and cultivated gardens, as well as to the Birding Tower.

Wheelchairs and scooters

Wheelchairs are available for free rental; scooters are also available for $14 a day both on a first come, first served basis. We do not reserve wheelchairs or scooters.

Naples Botanical Garden is a certified Autism-Friendly venue.

Naples Botanical Garden is a certified Autism-Friendly venue through the Center For Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) at the University of South Florida. We have collaborated with CARD to provide pre-visit tools for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other sensory processing or cognitive impairments. We hope to provide you with as much information as possible about Naples Botanical Garden in order to make your visit special and enjoyable.

  • The Social Experience Story is a picture book-style guide, which walks visitors through the entire Garden and what they might experience, from waiting in line to purchase tickets to encountering wildlife.
  • The Parent/Caregiver Guide provides parents, caregivers, and teachers with sensory and behavior considerations as well as general visit tips to prepare individuals with sensory sensitivities for visiting the Garden.
  • The Visual Schedule is a tool that provides pictorial icons representing the Garden’s exhibits, restrooms, and other stops to allow individuals to plan the order of their visit.

The Garden is committed to being a welcoming place for people of all abilities. Have questions about accessibility? Contact us at:


We encourage our guests to take casual photographs and videos of their visit for their own personal use. However, personal photographs and videos may not be used for commercial purposes.

Professional photographers

Dogs in the Garden

Want to experience the Garden with your pup? Dog walking days are Sundays and Tuesdays from 9 – 11am. (We ask that all dogs exit the Garden by noon.) If this is your dog’s first visit, you will need to fill out a dog form prior to arrival. One dog per adult. No retractable leashes permitted. Please bring a collapsible bowl/container so your dog can stay hydrated.

Purchase your Dog Ticket

Complete Dog Registration Form