Reserving timed tickets is recommended prior to your visit to Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, and may be purchased online below. Admission tickets are also available at the Welcome Desk upon arrival.
Members | Free
Adult (18+) | $15
Youth (3 – 17) | $9
Children (< 3 years) | Free
Garden Members: Sign in before purchasing online to receive discounted admission.
$2 off – Senior 62+
$2 off – Military with valid ID
$2 off – Students with valid ID
*One discount per person
Museum for All: PA ACCESS EBT cardholders and WIC Participants (PA card only) will pay a reduced Admission rate of $2 per person (both children and adults) for up to four (4) people including the cardholder.
Group Tours: Docent-guided tour for minimum of 10 participants, $17/person. Please email [email protected] to inquire about available tour dates.
HOURS & LOCATION
Spring / Summer
April 1 – September 30
Monday | Closed
Tuesday | 9 am – 5 pm
Wednesday & Thursday | 9am – 7pm
Friday – Sunday | 9am – 5pm
799 Pinkerton Run Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15071
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is centrally located between Pittsburgh International Airport and Downtown Pittsburgh.
Make the Most of Your Visit
Download the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden Map and visit each area.
- Learn about the Gardens, Woodlands and Exhibits.
- Take advantage of the many activities throughout the Garden during your visit.
Enjoy food or drinks at Canopy Café.
- Canopy Café, located in the Welcome Center, is open Tuesday – Sunday from 10am – 3pm, full lunch menu is served from 11am – 2pm.
- Canopy Café is currently serving Redstart Roasters coffee, assorted pastries, sandwiches, salads, soups, and rotating seasonal specials. Vegetarian-friendly options are available.
- Food and drink available to go for a picnic in White Pine Grove!
Shop at Forage & Finds for local goods, merchandise and native plants.
View our current art exhibit on display in the Welcome Center.
Come Prepared for an Outdoor Experience
Consider bringing the following items to make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.
Water fountains are available in the Welcome Center to fill reusable bottles.
Sunglasses / Sunscreen
Certain areas have more shade than others so please plan accordingly.
The Garden is best experienced by walking the paths. Closed-toe, active shoes are recommended.
Feel free to capture memories of your visit, please read our policy for photo shoots.
The Garden is open rain or shine. Umbrellas are available to borrow from the Welcome Center.
All are welcome to enjoy Pittsburgh Botanic Garden’s beautiful display gardens, woodlands and exhibit areas. When planning your visit, please consider the following:
- Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is intended to be a walking experience and most pathways are fully outdoors.
- Pathways may have a paved, woodchip or fine gravel surface depending on location. Please refer to the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden Map for details about path surfaces.
- You may encounter steps and/or slopes on certain walkways.
- Benches are placed along paths to provide a place to rest.
- ADA-accessible restrooms are located in the Welcome Center, Davidson Event Center, and Weisbrod Learning Pavilion.
- At this time, Pittsburgh Botanic Garden does not have wheelchairs, scooters or strollers available to rent.
If you have any questions regarding accessibility before or during your visit, please call the Welcome Center at (412) 444-4464.
Know Before You Go
For your safety and the consideration of others, please be aware of these visitation guidelines for your trip to the Garden.
Stay on Paths
Please do not stray from designated paths or walk through flower beds.
Do Not Pick Flowers
Please be respectful of the Garden and do not pick or cut flowers or plants.
Dogs Must Be On Leash
Dogs are welcome at the Garden, but must remain on a leash at all times.
Do Not Swim or Fish
Guests, including dogs, are not permitted to swim, fish or wade in water features.
Dispose of Trash
Please do not litter. Carry out all trash or properly dispose of it in the Welcome Center.
Note: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden encompasses 460 acres of Allegheny Plateau land. Wildlife in this region can include birds, deer, snakes, and black bears as well as insects, such as ticks, bees and mosquitos. Stay on pathways, keep dogs on-leash and wear protective clothing and/or insect repellent.