Because Lotusland is a public garden operating in a private, residential neighborhood, advance tour reservations are required to visit.
Lotusland Spring Visitation Days
March 3 – April 29 Wednesdays through Saturdays
Plus the 3rd Sunday of each Month – March 21 & April 18
Self-guided tours are at 9:15, 9:30 and 9:45 for morning visits and 1:15, 1:30 and 1:45 for afternoon visits. Garden visits last two hours.
In order to maintain social distancing, we are continuing with self-guided tours, timed tickets, staggered arrivals, limited visitor capacity, and strictly enforced mask policies.
All visits require a prior reservation and space is limited.
Adults: $50; ages 3 to 17, $25; 2 and under, free. Group tours available.
Membership makes a difference. Your support helps preserve some of the rarest plants on earth, promotes sustainable horticulture practices, and funds community environmental educational programs. Membership offers many benefits such as admission and garden shop discounts. Learn more here.
What is there to see at Lotusland?
A series of gardens, with subtropical and tropical plants from around the world, draws the visitor from surprise to surprise on the two-hour self-guided walking tour. There will be time to visit the Garden Shop Patio at the end of your visit or shop online at LotuslandShop.org.
Children greatly enjoy visiting Lotusland and we encourage to visit as a family. Children need to be closely monitored for their safety and to protect rare plant species, historic statuary and numerous water features.
Need special assistance?
Please inform a Visitor Services staff member of any special needs when you make your reservation.
Directions and parking instructions are included with the tour confirmation. Google Maps will direct you to the wrong gate.
To Check for Tour Availability
For reservations or to check availability call 805-969-9990.
Reservations are not confirmed until you receive a written confirmation.
Visitor Services Hours:
Monday through Friday between 9 AM and 4:30 PM