Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise
Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 2355 Old Penitentiary Rd, Boise, ID 83712, USA
Ticket Price: 8 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise
Idaho Botanical Garden is a non-profit garden located in the Old Penitentiary District of Boise and stands as an educational centre for explorers and nature lovers. Once established as a nursery, it now hosts a flourishing variety of plant life which, when coupled with its scenic surrounding and rich botanical collection makes it a perfect destination for travellers. A must visit for anyone who wishes to have a nice time and if you are lucky, you might stumble upon one of the events that take place in the garden throughout the year.
Idaho Botanical Garden Information
- For other events, check the website or contact the authorities.
Idaho Botanical Garden Ticket Prices
- Sunday to Thursday : 8 USD
- Friday and Saturday : 10 USD
Members and Youth (5-12):
- Sunday to Thursday : 4 USD
- Friday and Saturday : 6 USD
Free for children under 4 years.
- AAA & Military : 1 USD off each admission. (One discount per person)
From November 16 to March 15 (winter): 1 USD off Garden General Admission Rates.
Stroll for the heart and soul:
- May to September: Tuesday & Thursday : 7:30 AM to 9 AM free admission.
Idaho Botanical Garden Opening and Closing Hours
- Admission closes 30 minutes prior closing time.
How To reach Idaho Botanical Garden by Public Transport
- Bus Station: Old Penitentiary & Warm Springs
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Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise Reviews - Write a Review
My first trip to the Idaho Botanical Garden holiday light show called Winter Garden Glow. Really great light displays. Cost was a bit more than I would have liked to pay. Paid much less at the St. Louis Garden Winter Glow and it was MUCH larger. Only negative I care to discuss is the parking...I prefer to back into parking spots, especially when I know it will be dark when I leave and therefore harder to back out of a parking spot, and when I tried to back into a parking spot one of their 'parking police' came over and told me I had to pull my vehicle in frontwards because it is Garden policy. I explained my reason for backing in and the lady looked at me as if I was from outer space and told me it didn't matter what I thought and that I had to pull my vehicle in correctly or leave. Very stupid policy, very poor parking assistant relations.
Such a gorgeous and great place to visit. During the spring when everything blooms, it's fascinating to learn about all the wildlife in our backyard! During the winter, the garden puts Christmas lights out. It's truly stunning. I felt like I was at Disneyland.
Had a really nice girls night out walking through Winter Aglow. It is a little pricey just for a walk around a garden and I wouldn't be able to afford to take my family but it was beautiful. Caldwell lights are pretty impressive too, and they are free. Still, I give it 4 stars because I had a good time.
Just visited for the first time for winter garden aglow. It was fun seeing all the lights and it was a great time walking the grounds, drinking cocoa and hot cider. Can't wait for spring/summer to tour again when the garden is in full bloom!
It's a beautiful garden, but we went out for the Garden Aglow and not only was there no Santa (read the fine print, I guess) but the train was also not up and running. When you have 3 attractions, and 2 out of the 3 aren't available, how do you get away with charging full price? The lights were very pretty, but not drive 45 minutes from Nampa and pay $12 a person (for our family of 5) pretty. My kids were pretty disappointed.