Future Expansion

Providing a natural setting along the Peace River, to showcase world-class sculptures and spectacular botanicals, that inspire creativity throughout the community…

Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens Master Plan

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The Plan: Year-After-Year Expansion

The Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens will open in phases. The first phase opened in Fall 2017, and features the Sculpture Garden, 840 linear feet of boardwalks, the Peace River observation deck, the Gardens Community Center, water garden, and terraces and lawn to hold memorable special events.

The later phases will debut a Welcome Center, gift shop, plant store, and cafe centered around a picturesque courtyard. Additionally, a conservatory, fine arts museum/library and museum courtyards will further enhance the Gardens. The remaining boardwalks will lead to the island showcasing a multi-use pavilion with a stage and event lawn. There are plans to add a children’s garden and nature interpretational trails to help visitors understand our unique ecosystem.

Halloween is just around the corner! And so is our Gardens 3rd birthday!
Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens are having a BOOO-day Party at the gardens!
When: Oct 31, 2 pm.- 6 pm,
Last Admission at 5pm.
What: Come in costume and join the fun. Trick-or-Treat for candy, lawn games, scavenger hunts. Masks and social distancing required.
Come to the gardens in your best family friendly costume and trick-or-treat your way around the gardens, collecting candy as you go. There will be spooky fun activities for the whole family.
This is a family event. Please no gory and scary costumes and no clown costumes on adults are allowed. The garden reserves the right to determine if your costume is meeting our criteria.
Tickets:
• $8 for Non-members
• $6 for Garden Members
• $5 for all children 2-12
• FREE for infants under 2.
This is a special ticketed event. No passes or reciprocal memberships will be allowed.
Visit www.peacerivergardens.org for more information.

A Sanctuary of Art and Nature