Watch our short video to learn more about how this amazing Garden came to be
Admission to the Bellevue Botanical Garden is free. Most educational programming and some events require a fee to participate. See our Calendar for information on upcoming programs.
The Garden is open dawn until dusk, every day of the year.
- Visitor Center is open 9am-4pm, daily
- Administrative offices are open 9am-4pm, Monday-Saturday
- The Trillium Store has seasonal hours. Please visit our Trillium Store page for details.
- Copper Kettle Coffee has seasonal hours. Please visit our Copper Kettle page for details.
Location & Directions
The Bellevue Botanical Garden is located at 12001 Main St., Bellevue, WA 98005. There are several ways to get here from I-405 and SR-520. We recommend consulting a navigation app to find the best route from your starting point.
From I-405, take exit 13A onto NE 4th St. and head east. Turn right on 120th Avenue. Go south approximately 1/2 mile to the stoplight at Main St. Turn left onto Main St. The Garden entrance is about three blocks up Main Street on the right.
King County Metro
To travel to the Garden by King County Metro bus, from the Bellevue Transit Center, take bus #271 and get off at the 116th Ave SE & SE 1st St stop. This is the closest bus stop to the Garden, and is a 1/2 mile walk from the bus stop to the Garden, and is uphill for the first 1/4 mile. Please consult the King County Metro Trip Planner for exact routes and times.
Free parking is available in the Garden parking lot, immediately adjacent to the Visitor Center and the Garden. When parking in the Garden lot, please lock your vehicle and take all valuables with you.
Our parking lot cannot accommodate buses, shuttles, or other large vehicles. Overflow and large vehicle parking is available at Wilburton Hill Park. Drive east approximately 1/4 mile to the bend in the road and turn right into that lot.
Maps & Guides
Garden maps are available at the Garden. If you would like to view these maps before arriving, you may download them here:
Accessible restrooms are located near the Trillium Store. Visitors are welcome to use the restroom consistent with their gender identity or expression.