With gardening classes, beekeeping, scouting programs, field trips, drum circles, and family nature hunts, Hudson Gardens offers educational programs for all ages and interests.
No child left inside! Hudson Gardens welcomes educational and recreational visits from schools, camps, resource centers, recreation centers, home school groups, and many other organizations.
Hudson Gardens is home to one of the most robust beekeeping programs in the Denver-metro area. Learn how to care for your own hives, utilize our online resources to further your knowledge, or stop by one of our popular "Meet the Beekeeper" sessions to have all your bee-related questions answered.
Explore over 30 acres of stunning natural habitat including ponds, wetlands and a conifer grove, all situated along a 1.5 mile walking path. Seasonal features include water gardens, a rose garden, a vegetable garden and vibrant display beds. In the summer, the songbird garden is a special treat for bird lovers, while children love to watch Thomas, Percy and friends travel along the Garden Railroad. No matter the season or interest, there's always something to see at Hudson Gardens!
Visitors to Hudson Gardens are welcome to take photographs for personal use without paying fees. Commercial photography requires a permit, which must be obtained 72 hours in advance by contacting Guest Services at (303) 797-8565.