Yes, the grounds, buildings, and gardens are all wheelchair accessible.
During our open season, The Gardens are open 7 days a week. Monday - Thursday 10am-7pm, and you must enter by 5:30pm. Friday- Sunday 10am - 4pm, last entry at 3pm. Some days we close early for private events, you can see a full list of early closing days here.
Admission is $10 for adults, free for children under 12 years old. Members get in free. Learn more here.
Yes, there are! There are men's, women's, and a gender-neutral bathroom. They are located in the Education Building.
We do not allow pets in The Gardens.
You must schedule a session in order to take professional photos in the Garden. To find out more information, please visit this page.
We have 13 different landscaped gardens. You can find out more information about each individual garden here.
We are located at 900 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482. You can get directions here.
Yes! To find out more information and schedule a tour, fill out the form on this page.
You can find all of our upcoming classes & events here.
You can see all of our exciting youth programs here.
To find out more information about corporate volunteering and to sign up, click here.
Memberships expire one (1) year after purchase. Your membership expiration date is listed on your membership card.
There are many ways to support MHS! You can donate with a credit or debit card here, or you can mail a check payable to Massachusetts Horticultural Society and sent to Massachusetts Horticultural Society 900 Washington Street Wellesley, MA 02482. For more information on additional honor and memorial giving opportunities, please contact Elaine Lawrence, Director of Development, at 617-933-4945 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your donation!
You can see all of our membership levels, benefits, and cost here.
You can request a new membership card by calling our Membership Associate at 617-933-4961.
Massachusetts Horticultural Society is dedicated to encouraging the science and practice of horticulture and to developing the public’s enjoyment, appreciation, and understanding of plants and the environment.