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Accessibility

 

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden offers wheelchair accessible facilities, gardens and a tree house! A limited number of wheelchairs are available in the Robins Visitors Center on a first-come, first served basis. Guests are welcome to bring personal motorized wheelchairs or scooters into the Garden. The Garden's two dining facilities, the Garden Cafe and Robins Tea House, are accessible by wheelchair.

The Robins Visitors Center is reached easily via handicapped accessible sidewalks and automatic doors at the main and group entrances. Garden walkways and paths are mostly hardscape, with main walkways comprised of aggregate concrete, sealed concrete, paving stone, asphalt and brick. The fall in terrain along the top of the main path between the Asian Valley entrance and Central Garden to the entrance of the West Island Garden is about 22 feet (over a distance of 520 feet).

Handicapped accessible parking spaces are available in all parking lots. The accessible spaces closest to the Robins Visitors Center are on the group entrance side of the building.