Yes, We’re Open!

Here’s your quick overview about what’s open at Hudson Gardens:

Garden Exhibits & Walking Trails

The garden exhibits, walking trails, river access, and park-like open spaces remain free and open to the public every day of the week from sunrise-sunset. Check out our Must See & Do: Fall and Winter guide for a list of attractions and recommended activities.

Welcome Center & Gift Shop

Our Welcome Center & Gift Shop is open daily from 10AM-3PM. Our gift shop is also available as an online store. Browse our favorite items and order today for curb-side or in-store pickup.

Nixon’s Coffeehouse

This popular coffee shop is located in the northwest corner of Hudson Gardens at the Mary Carter Greenway Trail entrance. It’s now open for grab-and-go.

(Weather Permitting)
Monday–Friday, 9AM-3PM
Saturday/Sunday: 8AM-5PM

Private Events

We’re providing in-person tours for weddings and other private events (with social distancing protocols). We’re also offering a variety of virtual tour experiences. Learn more, and schedule a tour today. Our 2021 calendar is filling up fast!

Professional Photography

Our walking trails and garden exhibits are open for professional and commercial photography including family photos, engagement photos, quinceanera photos, graduation photos, and more. Learn more about purchasing and using photo permits.

Classes & Programs

We’re offering a mixture of online and in-person classes & programs in October. Learn about gardening, photography, watercoloring, and more from the comfort of your own home. Learn more!

Your health is our highest priority, so we are taking every precaution to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. We are adhering to all public health orders and cleaning/sanitizing recommendations. In addition, patrons must adhere to the State of Colorado’s and Tri-County Health Department’s social distancing and face covering protocols:

  • Maintain a distance of at least six feet from members of other households.
  • Wear face coverings when outdoors and unable to maintain a distance of six feet from members of other households.