Bartram’s Garden

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Hours you can use your STAMP pass:

  • Seasonally May – December from Thursday – Sunday 12-3pm

Use your STAMP Pass for a free guided tour of Bartram’s Garden.  Guided tours are offered Thursday through Sunday, from the first week in May to the first week in December, at 12PM, 1PM, 2PM, and 3PM. Tickets are available in the Welcome Center.

CLICK HERE for additional tour information.

Note that our site is free to those who wish to explore on their own.  The garden is open from dawn to dusk year-round with the exception of City-observed holidays.

  • Guided tours ensure the most enriching experience for learners of all ages.  We offer two different tours for you to choose from:

The HIDDEN HISTORY TOUR provides you with an in depth look at the physical space of Bartram’s Garden and its significance in the history of botany in America.  The tour will take you to each of the historic buildings, including a peek inside the oldest greenhouse in North America, built by John Bartram in 1760.

The GARDEN TOUR will lead you through the 11-acre historic garden and focus on the plants in the garden.  We will pay particular attention to centuries old trees planted by the Bartrams themselves and still thriving in our garden today.  We’ll also go to the edge of the often unseen lower Schuylkill River where you will find John Bartram’s stone cider press, carved over 200 years ago.

  • The garden is located on the banks of the Schuylkill River.  It is in the Southwest neighborhood of Philadelphia at 5400 Lindbergh Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19143.  CLICK HERE for Visitor Basics.
  • Find us @bartramsgarden!

In addition, Bartram’s would like to offer STAMP access to our Artist Workshops. A calendar of these events are listed on our website. The normal cost is $18 but STAMP entry will be free.


5400 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19143


SEPTA trolley route 36 will take you to 54th Street and Lindbergh Avenue.  From there, turn east on Harley Street and follow the path to the historic garden.  Free parking is available in our visitor parking lot.


The Welcome Center carries gifts for purchase and light refreshments.


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