Will Rogers Ed Lycan Conservatory Horticulture Plants Weddings
Will Rogers Gardens Education Youth Camps
A beautiful spring landscape inside the Will Rogers Gardens
Will Rogers Gardens
Will Rogers Gardens Ed Lycan Conservatory Cactus Succulent

Take your hat off and set a spell while you enjoy the majestic beauty of the Will Rogers Gardens, one of Oklahoma City's oldest parks.

These historic gardens provide serene settings and dynamic programs for casual park visitors and experienced greenthumbs alike.

Amenities

  • Charles E. Sparks Color Garden
  • Margaret Annis Boys Arboretum
  • Ed Lycan Conservatory
  • Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center

Programs and Classes

More than a city park, the Will Rogers Gardens provides hands-on gardening and horticulture classes throughout the year for visitors all ages. Programs focus on simple "how-to" instruction for gardening and home landscape maintenance. Special events, holiday and family-friendly workshops and classes add to the fun. Each class is taught by an experienced horticulturalist.

In addition, Gardens staff works with horticulture educators from the Oklahoma State University County-Extension Center to provide Master Gardeners the opportunity to hone their skills in a real-life garden setting.

Visit our Parks & Recreation calendar or download a copy of our 2016 Summer Activities Guide for information on upcoming programs. 

Camps

For youth, the Gardens hosts multiple family classes as well as spring break and summer camps where children get hands-on experience learning about nature and the outdoor world. 

Rentals

The Gardens make a spectacular setting for weddings and special events with price that are affordable for almost every budget. Visit our rentals page for more information, or email us with specific questions.

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