Located in Woodward Park, the Tulsa Garden Center is a complex of gardens and buildings. The park and grounds are always open but parts of the Center are open different times and different days. Here are the main features of the Center.
The Main Building: Brother mansion to the Historical Society next door, this beautiful home is open and can be toured – unless there is an event going on – Tuesday through Saturday, 9 to 4.
The Linnaeus Teaching Garden: A demonstration garden with helpful docents, the Linnaeus Teaching Garden is open from Mothers’ Day through Labor Day. Hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 9 to 4 and Sunday from 1 – 4.
The Conservatory: The classic 1924 Lord and Burnham glass house is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 2:30 and Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 to 3:30.
Depending on the season, the azaleas in Woodward Park are a big draw as are the roses in the W.P.A. Municipal Rose Garden, built in the mid-30s. Other features are the arboretum, an herb garden and a rock garden.