Whether you choose a guided tour or a self-guided visit, you can spend an entire day or an hour exploring the Garden, discovering plants or experiencing the natural world. Programs are available for adults and for school or children's groups. Read more about RSABG School Tour and Programs here. Free parking while visiting the Garden.
Third Sunday of every month
Tickets $5 per person; ticket required in addition to standard Garden admission.
See the California coast and Mojave Desert in an hour! Our newest tour offers guided exploration of the Garden’s northern 55 acres and highlights the beautiful and amazing diversity of the California Floristic Province. Tickets are available after 8 a.m., at the admission kiosk the day of the tour. Read more.
Weekends, March - May, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Free with standard Garden admission.
Guided walking tours with Garden nature interpreters featuring beautiful California wildflowers and seasonal highlights.
Guided Walking Tours
Reservations for each month close on the 15th of the previous month.
Fee: $10 per person, prepaid; $40 minimum.
Guided walking tours are available for adult garden clubs, social groups and other organizations. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden is fortunate to have a dedicated corps of volunteers willing to share their knowledge and enthusiasm with visitors of all ages. If you would enjoy having an experienced docent conduct an hour-long tour of the Garden for your group, please call or email for reservations.
Narrated Tram Tours for visitors with impaired mobility
Reservations for each month close of the 15th of the previous month.
Fee: $10 per person, prepaid. This fee includes Garden admission.
An experienced docent will narrate the one-hour tour. Two to seven passengers can be accommodated. Please inquire for wheelchair capacity. Themed tours for special exhibitions are available; please speak with our registrar if there is an exhibit you are interested in viewing. Visit our exhibitions webpage for upcoming exhibitions.
Self-Led Group Visits
Reservations not required. Free with standard Garden admission.
Visitors are welcome to explore the Garden on their own. Complimentary Garden maps are available at the entrance.