15 Hidden Gardens In And Around Denver

Stonebrook Manor


If you are invited to an event at Stonebrook Manor then grab the chance to see the beautiful property with its manicured lawns, trees and shrubs creating an oasis in the metro Denver area. It is popular for weddings, corporate and charity events. They are open daily if you plan on scheduling an event there.

Where: 650 E. 124th Avenue, Thornton, Colorado 80241 (SW Corner of 124th & Washington)
Open: Daily – phone to book a tour if planning an event at the venue, otherwise keep you eye open for charity events at this venue.
Phone: (303) 255-0063
Cost: By invitation only.

Contemplative Garden & Labyrinth at Montview


When you’re in need of some quiet time then pop down to the contemplative garden and labyrinth on Eudora Street. The area has a shady pergola some textural plantings and colorful beds and a striking central water feature. The stone labyrinth is for meditative walking.

Where: South of Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church building, between Montview Blvd. and E. 19th Ave. on Eudora St.
Open: Daily.
Cost: Free – open to all

Elati Community Garden


This garden enables people to get away from the neighborhood and find peace in nature. As you enter you’ll notice a basket overflowing with fresh seasonal vegetables from the garden set there for community members to help themselves to what they need. Community garden barbeques are held here where neighborhood folk can enjoy some food and beverages, play games with the kids, and bond. If you live in the neighborhood it provides a space to connect with neighbors and host fun, outdoor events. There are no garden plots for rent at the moment.

Where: 840 Elati St, Denver, CO 80204
Open: During daylight hours.
Phone: (303) 292-9900
Cost: Free

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