Events + Tours2022-12-06T13:12:20+00:00

Events, Programs, & Tours

The Kruckeberg Botanic Garden hosts numerous events throughout the year for youth, families, and adults.

Our educational programming aims to connect visitors of all ages to nature through workshops & classes in horticulture, art, wellness, and more!

We offer a variety of tour & field trip options for individuals to large groups of all ages and interests. Please see our current tour availability below.

Check out what’s happening next at the Garden!

Visit us Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays March thru October 10 am - 5 pm, November thru February 10 am - 3 pm. Admission is always free!

20312 15th Ave NW, Shoreline, WA 98177


Classes & Workshops

New 2023 Workshops Coming Soon!

January | Houseplants 101 with Ben Billick 

February | Conifer ID with Walt Bubelis

February – April | Winter Gardening Series with Diane O’Neil

…and more!

Registration opens January!

Have an idea for a workshop or interested in leading one yourself? Contact!


Visitors to the Garden and Nursery are welcome Friday through Sunday during open hours.


Private, staff-led tours are available by arrangement and provide an overview of the plant collection, the history and origins of the garden, along with discussions about the future. Tours are $10/person, with a $60 minimum. Private tours can be arranged for Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday during the week, as well as Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. All tours are booked in advance by contacting the garden at


Self-Guided Tours – See the Garden through the eyes of Walt Bubelis,  Professor Emeritus of Horticulture, through his seasonal self-guided tours. Use your smartphone to scan the QR codes posted throughout the Garden to learn more about each featured plant.

Bird Tour brochure – The Kruckeberg Garden is home to over 40 bird species. Download our self-guided bird tour and checklist, or pick one up at the Garden kiosk.


All visitors must remain on the paths to avoid soil compaction and damage to plants. The upper garden is flat, but not paved. The path to the lower garden is relatively steep (beyond ADA standard slope) but in some cases can be manageable by wheelchairs. We recommend that you contact us in advance of your tour if you have concerns about accessibility.


For all things kid-related, visit our Kids Only page.