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Mizzou Botanic Garden

The Mizzou Botanic Garden delights campus visitors with its beauty and serves as a fertile academic environment for educators, researchers and students.

The Mizzou Botanic Garden currently has eleven thematic and seven special collection gardens around the campus. Many of these were created by the generosity of friends and alumni who love the campus and support the scenic and educational backdrop the gardens provide Mizzou. Since its inception, the garden has become a living museum of thousands of plants displayed among famous icons, such as Jefferson’s original grave marker and the Columns of Academic Hall. The garden is open year-around and is free to the public. Maps for self-guided tours are available in the Reynolds Alumni Center and guided tours are available for groups of six or more throughout the year.