California Botanic Garden reopens for business
On Saturday, February 26, the California Botanic Garden reopened to the public for the first time following the devastating wind storm which hit Claremont in January.
The garden resumed their normal operating hours and are excited to welcome visitors back between Tuesday and Sundays from 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The garden remains closed on Mondays.
While the garden is still in recovery mode, residents are encouraged to visit and see what the garden has to offer. Please note that visitors must remain on the garden trails. “Staff have flagged off areas where work continues on clean-up from the windstorm in late January so do stay well clear during your visit.”
Admission prices remain the same: adults are $10, seniors (65+) and students are $6, children (ages three to 12) are $4, and children three and under get in for free. Tickets can be pre-purchased online at https://www.calbg.org.
“Thank you for your patience and support as we emerge from this ordeal,” the garden wrote. “We are excited to welcome you back to our grounds and look forward to the season of renewal that is spring.”
For more details on the California Botanic Garden, visit https://www.calbg.org.
To read about the windstorm damage at the California Botanic Garden, visit https://claremont-courier.com/latest-news/california-botanic-garden-still-feels-storms-impact-57392.