|What's in Bloom
||Come see the colorful fall blooms throughout the gardens! Learn more.
||Powell Gardens is a haven for birds, butterflies, frogs and wildflowers. Come explore the "wild side" of the Gardens today. Learn more
||Hike the Byron Shutz Nature Trail with us this winter! Horticulture Director Alan Branhagen leads our next group hike on Sunday, January 15. Learn more.
|Home of HHG
||Powell Gardens is home of the Heartland Harvest Garden, the nation's largest edible landscape. Come taste the experience today! Learn more
||Work in a spectacular setting with some of the best people you will ever meet! Powell Gardens is now hiring—check out our latest job openings.
|Visiting with Kids
||Powell Gardens is a GREAT place to enjoy with children from toddlers to teens. You'll find plenty of space to roam and natural treasures to discover along the way. Plan your visit
||Goblins and fairies and trolls, oh my! They are all part of the Gardens of Myth exhibition, which makes its garden debut in 2017 when it opens at Powell Gardens on Memorial Day Weekend!
||Powell Gardens has spectacular spaces for a picture-perfect garden wedding. Explore your options—from the rose-accented Vineyard to the soaring Marjorie Powell Allen Chapel—here.
||Ever wish you could tap into the expertise of Powell Gardens' horticulture experts? Check out the many ways you can pick up great gardening tips on your next visit. Learn more
||A perfect place for your perfect day! The Marjorie Allen Powell Chapel is one of three beautiful ceremony sites available for weddings in the Gardens. It's also the site for our exclusive Valentine's Day wedding package! Learn more
||Celebrate your wedding in style at Powell Gardens. Reception spaces range from the elegant Grand Hall to the rustic but contemporary Missouri Barn. Learn more
||Powell Gardens welcomes groups of all sizes with tour packages to suit a variety of interests, from architecture to gardening with edibles. Learn more
||Did you know that Powell Gardens has nationally recognized collections of conifers and magnolias? Learn more about the Gardens' plant collections.
||Learn something new, meet friends, have fun and make a difference by volunteering at Powell Gardens. We have lots of ways to get involved. Learn more
||Does your organization need a getaway that's not TOO far away? Consider planning your next meeting or retreat at Powell Gardens, an inspirational setting that can spark creativity. Learn more
||Combined with its botanical beauty, the public buildings at Powell Gardens generate a visual and inspirational experience not easily forgotten. From a soaring chapel to a sprawling visitor center, the buildings pay homage to our Midwestern landscape. Learn more
||The 18,000-square-foot Visitor Education Center is home to a glass-topped conservatory, Café Thyme, Perennial Gifts and classroom and meeting spaces. Learn more
||The Meadow Pavilion is one of several Powell Gardens' structures by Jones & Jennings Architects. Its angled ends create a moving shadow. Learn more