Gardens and Trails: by Attraction
Explore RBG: by Attraction
Royal Botanical Gardens is located at the western tip of Lake Ontario. Four distinct formal gardens are contained with 1,100 hectares of nature reserve, nestled into the slopes of Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve. Explore and enjoy the many historical outdoor plant collections, the indoor Mediterranean Garden, and 27 km of nature trails.
680 Plains Rd. W. Burlington. The year-round focal point of RBG — here you find both indoor and outdoor displays, including the Mediterranean Garden greenhouse.
680 Plains Rd. W. Burlington. Our largest cultivated garden area, Hendrie Park has something for everyone. This garden truly illustrates the diversity of both plants and garden design.
1185 York Blvd. Hamilton. Opened to the public in 1932, the historic Rock Garden is considered the birthplace of Royal Botanical Gardens. Following a significant rejuvenation, the Rock Garden reopened in 2016 to embrace sustainable trends in garden design.
1221 Spring Garden Rd. Burlington. Set on a fertile terraced plain, formerly a market garden and home to RBG’s herbaceous perennial collections.
16 Old Guelph Rd. Hamilton. More like an English landscape park, the Arboretum home to RBG's Lilac Collection and a wide variety of trees.
Trailheads in Hamilton & Burlington. Our nature sanctuaries feature more than 27 km of nature trails. There are four main trailheads, as well as two canoe launch sites.
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Royal Botanical Gardens is Canada’s largest, with over 2,400 acres of gardens and nature sanctuary that spans Hamilton and Burlington Ontario. Use the button below for an overview of RBG’s properties.
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