Something for everyone

Gingko in Fall (Lisa Wagner)The South Carolina Botanical Garden’s 295 acres include demonstration and display gardens, an arboretum, woodlands, streams, managed meadows, turf and shrubs. Our ponds provide habitat for fish as well as native amphibians, reptiles, birds and insects. The diversity of habitats (forests, meadows, ponds and gardens) supports a variety of birds, insects, and wildlife, which add enjoyment to Garden visits throughout the year. You can explore the Garden by foot through several nature trails or by bike or car along paved trails. With so much to see, you'll always find a new place to explore.

Follow the links on the upper left to virtually visit several Garden areas, then come visit the Garden to explore for yourself.  There's always something different to see!