Philadelphia County

Bartram’s Garden


Photo: Steve Weinik/Art@Bartram’s
Est. 1728
Bartram’s Garden is a botanical garden, historic estate, National Historic Landmark, and public park founded by botanist John Bartram. It is the oldest such garden in the U.S. and contains native plants collected and propagated by the Bartrams as well as imported ornamentals popular in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

Must-See Features

The oldest living ginkgo tree (Ginkgo biloba) in North America, planted here in 1785.

Passport Fulfillment

Get your Passport stamped at the Welcome Center (check website for hours).


5400 Lindbergh Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19143

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Free, no tickets required.


Open for the Season.

Check garden’s website for current daily hours and admission fees prior to visiting.