Spring Harvest Festival

  • Apr 16 - 17, 2021
  • Queen Creek Botanical Gardens

    25002 South 206th Street, Queen Creek, AZ

Ticket Price $8.00-$15.00 Buy Tickets
Description

Friday, April 16th from 5pm - 10pm and Saturday April 17th from 11am - 9pm.  Visitors welcome to come at ANY time during the hours listed on the date of purchase.

  • 🥗 Food Trucks, (featuring produce from the Gardens)
  • 💧 Giant Waterslides and bounce houses
  • 🐐 Petting Zoo
  • 🥬 Farmers market, Local Artisans and Vendors
  • 🏐 Lawn Games
  • ⛵ Boat and Train rides
  • and MORE!

To provide a safe and healthy environment for all visitors, a limited number of people will be allowed on-site at a time and ALL visitors will need a digital or printed General Admission ticket in order to enter the Gardens.  If space allows, on-site tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Masks are encouraged at check-in and wherever social distancing is not feasible. We have organized our layout to ensure social distancing, so please maintain at least 6 feet of distance between patrons. Hand sanitizer stations present. Public restrooms and high-touch surfaces will be cleaned frequently. 

ALL SALES FINAL - no refunds or exchanges.

Members get in FREE on FRIDAY to this special event. Not a member? Become a member here. If you need to confirm your membership, please contact admin@qcgardens.org. 

Date & Time

Apr 16 - 17, 2021

Venue Details

Queen Creek Botanical Gardens

25002 South 206th Street, Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142, United States

Queen Creek Botanical Gardens
Queen Creek Botanical Gardens

Queen Creek Botanical Gardens is a nonprofit organization that inspires and educates about elegant edible plants, showing the future of sustainable food production in landscaping.  Unique among botanical gardens, all of the plants in the Gardens are ediblefruits, vegetables, herbs or edible flowers have been individually selected for their aesthetic style and elegance. Additionally,the 10-acre Gardens feature the only fully-operational industrial-age water mill in the American Southwest, shops, and themed demonstration gardens. The Gardens provide a place to escape, enjoy the beauty of nature, and learn more about food security through community resources.  Future developments at the Gardens include a reception center, and state of the art conservatory with an education center and expanded exhibits.