Not So Scary Halloween Walk

  • Oct 15 - 29, 2021
  • Quad City Botanical Center

    2525 4th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois, 61201

Ticket Price $0.00-$7.00 Buy Tickets
Description

Dress up your little ghosts and goblins for our annual Not So Scary Halloween Walk. Bring your flashlights and explore the nooks and crannies of the Sun Garden – search for spiders, bats, jack-o-lanterns, and toads as you wander down the darkened pathways. Get a glimpse of the Halloween train in our popular train garden. It’s not so scary in our gardens, making this event great for all ages. Take home a goodie bag after the fun.

 

The walk takes place both indoors and outdoors, so please dress according to weather and for a walk across our lawn. We are operating in accordance with the state mask mandate that requires guests over the age of 2 to wear a mask while indoors.

 

ATTN: Please disregard the time zones on tickets at checkout. The numerical time on your ticket is your arrival time. Example, if you purchase tickets for the 6:30PM EST timeslot, it is for 6:30PM CST. Apologies for any inconvenience. Please give us a call at 309.794.0991 if you have questions.

 

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Date & Time

Oct 15 - 29, 2021

Venue Details

Quad City Botanical Center

2525 4th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois, 61201

Quad City Botanical Center
Quad City Botanical Center
Adjacent to the Mississippi River in downtown Rock Island, Illinois, the Quad City Botanical Center is comprised of an indoor tropical atrium, outdoor gardens including a Children’s Garden with water feature, a G-Scale garden train exhibit (seasonal), educational greenhouse, a three-season event canopy, indoor banquet facility and gift shop.

As a public garden we maintain hundreds of plants ranging from tropical varieties to regional Zone 5 perennials. A garden for all seasons, our tropical atrium is splendid throughout the winter months and has been turned into a sandy beach on occasion, and our rare conifer collection is unique to the Quad Cities. In spring, flowering bulbs enliven the garden, including a stunning iris collection. Other special collections include day lilies, mums and ornamental grasses. Our outdoor butterfly garden attracts pollinators by the hundreds, and is lively from early spring to late fall when the monarchs start their migration.

As an educational resource we offer staff-guided tours of our gardens, grounds and greenhouse, serving 10,000 students annually. In addition, we participate in outreach programs at school campuses and set up educational booths at various community events. Our expert staff is on hand to answer questions and help interpret the garden and exhibits.

As a banquet facility we serve thousands of guests throughout the year and host events for affinity groups, service clubs, businesses, brides and grooms, birthday and anniversary party honorees, and classmates seeking a unique backdrop for a memorable event.

We support local artists by providing gallery space to exhibit works of art from various mediums and our gift shop offers many one-of-a-kind handcrafted items.
 
The Quad City Botanical Center is a 501 c 3, non-profit organization. We celebrated 20 years of bringing people and plants together in fun and meaningful ways in 2018 and welcome you to the gardens!