Humboldt Botanical Garden

The Humboldt Botanical Garden is a world-class living museum featuring a wide variety of native and exotic plants overlooking Humboldt Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Our 44.5 acre site features over 7 acres of formal gardens, 5 miles of hiking trails and a wide range of educational and recreational opportunities. The Garden is located in southern Eureka adjacent to the College of the Redwoods. Visitors experience an ornamental terrace garden, the largest native plant garden in Northern California, a riparian area, a temperate woodland garden and a 100-foot diameter earth mound that is the only one of its kind in North America. Our facility provides a safe location for the public to recreate, relax, reflect and enjoy nature while inspiring awe and curiosity about life on earth.

Upcoming events


HBG's Summer Concerts at the Garden

Humboldt Botanical Garden / 1-3 p.m. / $7 / Free Active Military and Veterens / $5 Other Students / Free CR Faculty, Students / Free Children under 6 / $5 Children over 6 / $10 Local Adults / Free Members / $7 Local Seniors

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