Accessibility

Garden pathway.

Thank you for visiting the State Botanical Garden of Georgia at the University of Georgia. The garden is a 313-acre preserve, including many unique gardens and collections, the Mimsie Lanier Center for Native Plant Studies, several event spaces and miles of nature trails.

At the garden, all of our outside display and theme gardens are wheelchair and motorized scooter accessible with the exception of our Native Flora Garden. Accessibility to our nature trails and areas may be challenging and we ask that you please refer to our trail maps when planning your visit. Please use caution when on any unimproved trails to ensure your visit is a safe one.

At the garden, all of our outside display and theme gardens are wheelchair and motorized scooter accessible with the exception of our Native Flora Garden.

Currently, handicap parking is located in the lower parking area adjacent to the Administration Building and Visitor Center and Conservatory, and in front of the Day Chapel and across from the Terrace Room.

Public restrooms are located in the Visitor Center and Conservatory during business hours and in our outside restroom facility at all times.

The garden offers our guests access to motorized scooters and wheelchairs on a first come, first serve basis. Scooters and wheelchairs are only available during business hours. To reserve, please see our guest services representative at the information desk in the Visitor Center and Conservatory.

If you have questions about accessibility while planning your visit, please contact the garden at garden@uga.edu or 706-542-1244.

If you have questions about accessibility while planning your event, please contact our rental office at sbgrent@uga.edu or 706-542-6467.