Welcome to Smith-Gilbert Gardens!

Please note: We will continue to monitor visitation and may change our operational guidelines to continue to support safety and social distancing.

Pre-purchased timed tickets are required. Our Gift Shop & Art Gallery is open inside the Hiram Butler House. Please enter the House at the side courtyard entrance-temperature checks are required.  

We cannot accommodate group tours, daycare facilities or summer camp tours.

Note, masks are required for indoor spaces but not while touring the Gardens outside.


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Pardon the construction today at Smith-Gilbert Gardens. We have work being done on our new gate but we are still open! ... See MoreSee Less

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Pardon the construction today at Smith-Gilbert Gardens. We have work being done on our new gate but we are still open!

Our Wednesday Wonders Program is tomorrow! Have you purchased your tickets yet? The class focus is on pollinators and we will explore their lifecycles and pollinator friendly plants. Each family will prepare their own seed starter tray to take home to create their own pollinator oasis!

For more information, and to register, visit ow.ly/flm750F8dkE.

Thank you Gerald Herd for this great picture!
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6 hours ago
Our Wednesday Wonders Program is tomorrow! Have you purchased your tickets yet? The class focus is on pollinators and we will explore their lifecycles and pollinator friendly plants. Each family will prepare their own seed starter tray to take home to create their own pollinator oasis! 

For more information, and to register, visit http://ow.ly/flm750F8dkE.

Thank you Gerald Herd for this great picture!

A favorite in wildflower bouquets, Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota) comes into bloom in the heat of late summer. This drought-tolerant member of the carrot family hails from Afghanistan and the surrounding region but has naturalized across Europe and the Americas. Queen Anne’s Lace is a favorite among pollinators such as bees, wasps, butterflies, and beetles making it a great addition to your garden. The position of Queen Anne’s Lace flowers is ideal for pollinators as it puts the nectar near the base of the plant where pollinators can easily gather it. It also makes a great landing pad for the larger butterflies. Speaking of butterflies, it is the host plant for the Black Swallowtail caterpillars! This plant is happy from garden beds to roadsides. Come to SGG and see how much Queen Ann’s Lace makes everything look like a bouquet! ... See MoreSee Less

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A favorite in wildflower bouquets, Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota) comes into bloom in the heat of late summer. This drought-tolerant member of the carrot family hails from Afghanistan and the surrounding region but has naturalized across Europe and the Americas. Queen Anne’s Lace is a favorite among pollinators such as bees, wasps, butterflies, and beetles making it a great addition to your garden. The position of Queen Anne’s Lace flowers is ideal for pollinators as it puts the nectar near the base of the plant where pollinators can easily gather it. It also makes a great landing pad for the larger butterflies. Speaking of butterflies, it is the host plant for the Black Swallowtail caterpillars! This plant is happy from garden beds to roadsides. Come to SGG and see how much Queen Ann’s Lace makes everything look like a bouquet!

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I found one in our neighborhood one year and saved the seed. Now I have it in pots and in flower beds. The tiny pollinators love it.

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Coming to visit today! Can’t wait!

I love this plant! Never seen it for sale commercially. Wonder if it’s invasive in a garden.

Anne Denhoff Morgan

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Meet our Gift Shop & Art Gallery vendor, Kim Speciale. Kim is a functional potter residing in Kennesaw, GA. After taking her first pottery class in 2013, her hobby blossomed into her passion and creative outlet. Kim loves creating forms that bring beauty to everyday items. Both nature and the kitchen are inspirations; as she loves to see the wonder of a wheel thrown piece functioning in the kitchen, as well as the beauty brought to a garden with a bell or bird feeder. Kim prefers simple lines and soothing colors, allowing the character of the clay to take the spotlight. Come browse Kim's popular donut bird feeders and other custom SGG ceramics in our Gift Shop & Art Gallery today! ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago
Meet our Gift Shop & Art Gallery vendor, Kim Speciale. Kim is a functional potter residing in Kennesaw, GA. After taking her first pottery class in 2013, her hobby blossomed into her passion and creative outlet. Kim loves creating forms that bring beauty to everyday items. Both nature and the kitchen are inspirations; as she loves to see the wonder of a wheel thrown piece functioning in the kitchen, as well as the beauty brought to a garden with a bell or bird feeder. Kim prefers simple lines and soothing colors, allowing the character of the clay to take the spotlight. Come browse Kims popular donut bird feeders and other custom SGG ceramics in our Gift Shop & Art Gallery today!
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EVENTS

Event Calendar

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A Garden With Wings Butterfly House @ Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Jul 1 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
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A Garden With Wings Butterfly House @ Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Jul 2 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
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A Garden With Wings Butterfly House @ Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Jul 3 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
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A Garden With Wings Butterfly House @ Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Jul 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
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A Garden With Wings Butterfly House @ Smith-Gilbert Gardens
Jul 7 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Garden Hours

Tuesday - Saturday
9:00am - 4:00pm
LAST ENTRY AT 3:15 pm
Sunday & Monday Closed

*Dogs and other pets are not allowed on the garden premises, with the exception of service animals. *

2021 Holiday Hours

  • Good Friday
    4/2 - OPEN regular Hours

  • Thanksgiving
    11/25-11/26 - CLOSED
    11/27 - OPEN regular hours

  • Christmas
    12/23 - OPEN 9 AM to noon
    12/24-12/25 - CLOSED
    12/28 - OPEN regular hours

    Admission

    All General admission tickets and Easter Egg Hunt tickets are sold out for April 3.

    General Admission $10
    Seniors (age 65+) $8
    Youth ages 3-17 (with family) $5
    Military & University Student $5
    Children, ages 2 and younger (with family) Free
    SGG Members Free

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    2382 Pine Mountain Road
    Kennesaw, Georgia 30152
    770.919.0248

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