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Garden Policies


Schierl Wellhouse.To ensure the beauty and longevity of the Garden, please respect the following policies.

Admission

There is a general admission price to visit Green Bay Botanical Garden. Your paid admission allows the Garden to grow and expand. While we rely on admissions to help support the mission of the Garden, we do offer free admission opportunities throughout the year.

Accessibility

Approximately 25 of Green Bay Botanical Garden's 47 acres of garden areas have paved walkways and are accessible to the physically challenged. Wheelchairs and mobility scooters are available for use free of charge, subject to availability.

Pets No pets permitted.

Pets are not permitted in the Garden with the exception of service animals.

Parking

FREE parking is available at Green Bay Botanical Garden.

Vans/Buses

There is adequate parking for vans and buses. Guests can be dropped off at the entrance to the Emil & Gail Fischer Visitor Center and then park in the open areas of the parking bays.

Group Tours

The garden is available for self-guided tours or guided tours when arranged in advance.

Events

The Garden also accommodates special events and weddings. If you are interested in hosting your private event or wedding at the Garden, please contact our Sales & Rental Coordinator, Amber Crisp at (920) 491-3691 ext. 113 or acrisp@gbbg.org

Photography/Filming

Commercial filming and photo shoots are allowed (with a permit). We ask you please adhere to our photography policies. For more information or to make an appointment, contact our Sales & Rental Coordinator, Amber Crisp at (920) 491-3691 ext. 113 or acrisp@gbbg.org. Non-commercial photography and videotaping are permitted.

Restrooms

Restrooms are located in the upper and lower levels of the Emil & Gail Fischer Visitor Center. There is also a family restroom located in the lower level of the Donald & Patricia Schneider Education Center. The Les & Dar Stumpf Hobbit House in the Gertrude C. Children’s Garden has restroom facilities, including a drinking fountain and family restroom.

Grounds

Please stay on designated pathways. Do not harm the flowers, lawn, trees, structures or other permanent items.

Food/Beverages No alcohol permitted.

Food and drink is permitted in the Garden. However, the Garden does not provide trash bags and/or receptacles for the removal of trash. Please carry out what you have carried in.

Because the Garden has a liquor license, visitors are not allowed to bring alcohol onto the grounds or into the building. Any exceptions to this policy could result in loss of our license. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support!

Smoking No smoking permitted.

Smoking is NOT permitted anywhere on the grounds of Green Bay Botanical Garden including the parking lot.

Concealed Carry No weapons permitted.

For the safety and security of our visitors, Green Bay Botanical Garden does not permit the right to carry concealed weapons on the Garden grounds.

Weather

The Garden makes every effort to remain open during posted hours. However, due to inclement weather, Green Bay Botanical Garden does reserve the right to close.


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