Williamsburg Botanical Garden

5537 Centerville Road
(Located within Freedom Park)
Williamsburg, VA 23188
United States

The Williamsburg Botanical Garden is located within Freedom Park and visitors will pass along one side of the 2-acre ellipse on the way to the parking area.  The WBG is not a typical botanical garden. The majority of plantings are species that are native to the Virginia Coastal Plain and are therefore a key component to supporting wildlife and pollinators. 

There are examples of 18 different habitats, including a Pollinator Meadow and Monarch Way Station #3394, Native Grasses, Wetlands, Pine Woodlands, and a Rock & Succulents Garden, to name only a few. Many plants are labeled with both scientific and common names for easy identification.

Amenities include two green-roof pavilions with picnic tables for a shady rest and benches along some of the pathways. The Garden is available for small weddings and private parties. More info at www.wbgweddings.org.

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