Family Walk and Talks
Storytime in the Garden
The Children’s Garden is open year-round! Enhance your visit by experiencing Lewis Ginter through these self-guided activities.
Don’t miss these pollinator themed events during National Pollinators Week, June 17-23.
Join us for drop-in programs every day of the week in June, July, and August!
Monday: Garden Art, 10-11 a.m., meet in the Children’s Garden
Tuesday: Family Walk and Talk, 10-11 a.m., departing at 10 a.m. from the Robins Visitor Center
Wednesday: Drop-in and Dig the Outdoors!, 10-11:30 a.m., meet in the Children’s Garden Farm Garden
Thursday: Good Green Fun, 5-6 p.m. during Flowers After 5., meet in the Children’s Garden
Friday: Storytime in the Garden, 10-11 a.m., meet in the Children’s Garden
Saturday: Drop-in and Dig the Outdoors!, 10-11 a.m., meet in the Children’s Garden Farm Garden
Sunday: Garden Art, 2-3 p.m., meet in the Children’s Garden
WATERPLAY | SUMMER SCHEDULE
Daily Summer Hours: June 10 – Sept 13, 9 – 4:45 p.m.
Extended Hours for Flowers after 5, Thursdays, June through August, 5 – 8 p.m.
The Children’s Garden is designed so youngsters can experience the great outdoors by observing wildlife; digging in the dirt; climbing a one-hundred-year-old mulberry tree, or simply doing nothing at all. Learn more!
Brick Quest | Daily
June 28 – September 22
Come Play with Us! Pick up a Brick Quest and learn interesting facts about six of the animals featured in our Nature Connects®: Art with Lego Bricks themed scavenger hunt that asks families to search for six sculptures.
Here’s How it Works
- To get started, just ask for a Brick Quest and a map at the admissions desk in the Robins Visitors Center.
- Follow the directions to all six sculptures and record your answers on the brochure.
- If you find all six sculptures, you can get a prize by showing your completed Brick Quest to an Admissions Staff member.
Tree Trail | Daily
Borrow a walking stick and take a trek along the Tree Trail.
Nature Meditation: Adults and children alike can enjoy a special place in nature which will soothe, comfort and relax you.
Building Station: Construct a gnome home. Pinecones, sticks, logs and leaves found on the ground make great building materials.
Planning your next visit? There’s always something wonderful happening in the Children’s Garden! Drop in and see us during these spring, summer, and fall programs.