West Virginia Botanic Garden
The West Virginia Botanic Garden is the state’s flagship public garden. This historic property features a variety of habitats including wetlands, meadows, and virgin hemlock forest. Cultivated gardens, art, and interpretive signage are developed throughout the 85-acre site.
The garden is open to the public from dawn to dusk with educational walks, camps, and programs available throughout the year, as well as handicap-accessible trails and group tours upon request.