The Sonoma Botanical Garden is a woodland experience where East meets West. Celebrating the beauty and importance of Asian and California native plants, the former quarry is home to a 25-acre Asian woodland garden, 22 acres of California native oak savanna, and a small Cabernet vineyard. Whether hiking up to expansive winter vistas, enjoying a leisurely walk through spring blooms, finding the perfect picnic spot in a shady summer oasis, or marveling at the riot of fall colors and textures, the Garden always offers delights for the senses. A different experience – every season, every time, for everyone.
Founded in 1987, the Sonoma Botanical Garden is deeply rooted in a love for biodiversity and commitment to nature conservation with meandering gravel trails throughout the Asian garden that welcome guests to immerse themselves among the trees. For more information including hours and admission fees, please visit sonomabg.org.
By N5053YDcynthiam - on Sep 04, 2022
I really enjoyed this garden. It is good exercise as it is built on the side of a hill and you get great views. the plants are interesting and the style is what I would call California natural...
We happened to see a review for the Botanical Gardens a couple weeks ago and decided to go check it out. It was wonderful, and I will be going back to see more. We spent about 2 hours there and could...