When you visit the Gardens, please bring a mask. You won’t need to wear it outdoors, but per DABG policy, masks are again required indoors.
The public is invited to attend the Nov 9th meeting of the Southeast AL Camellia Society to hear guest speaker, Dr. Todd Lasseigne, Executive Director of Bellingrath Gardens and Home in Theododre, AL. Dr. Lasseigne will speak about the Camellia collection at Bellingrath, a featured garden of the American Camellia Trail. Admission is free, but visitors are asked to pre-register. Face masks will be required inside Ricketts Hall. See details and register by clicking on the event on the event panel.
Kids of all ages enjoying the Gardens
All visitors to the Gardens should enter through the Botanical Center. Regular daily admission to the 46-acre garden is $5 for adults age 16 and above and is free to visitors age 15 and below and Garden members.
DISCOVER THE GARDENS
The Dothan Area Botanical Gardens consists of 50 acres of cultivated gardens, nature trails and undeveloped, wooded landscape. DABG seeks to preserve the remarkable native plants of the area in an attractive balance with traditional botanical garden elements – and is committed to the conservation of natural resources for future generations.
Admission is $5 for non-members 16 years old and above. Admission fees are used to help maintain The Gardens for your enjoyment! DABG participates in the DHCLS Connect Pass Program.