1007 York St.
Denver, CO 80206
Lauded for its fantastic flowerbeds, world-class art exhibits and an orchid collection to rival any in the nation, Denver Botanic Gardens is a must for those seeking beautiful blooms this spring. Great for the whole family year-round, the outdoor and indoor spaces are enchanting and ever changing. Stop by the Monet Café for a scenic lunch or try a session of Kundalini Yoga at the gardens for experiences you’ll never forget.
6115 S. Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
From concerts to educational seminars and oak groves to a chocolate garden, Hudson Gardens is a prime place for spring flowers. Offering a beekeeping series of classes, Hudson Gardens has unique educational opportunities as well as beautiful flora and fauna. Drum Circles are also a great way to experience community, music and spring flowers alike in these beautiful gardens.
2000 Elitch Circle
Denver, CO 80204
For flower enthusiasts who also like to hop on a roller coaster or take a dip in a wave pool, Elitch Gardens is located in the heart of the city. Originally located in the Highlands neighborhood, Elitch has a history of floral excellence. Viewing the sprawling grounds from high above the park in the Ferris wheel or observation tower, the hanging plants, topiaries and manicured flower beds are beautiful accents to the adventure theme park.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science Rose Gardens
2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205
Located in City Park, this quiet rose garden is a far cry from the looping roller coasters and enthusiastically screaming participants at Elitch Gardens. Complete with a fun air jet water feature, the gardens are home to a wide variety roses. Popular for photo ops including everything from family photos to wedding pictures, the Museum’s Rose Gardens are a real treasure of City Park.