We offer a complimentary shuttle (March - November 27) that runs on a continuous basis to our three main areas - the Gardens, the Lowcountry Center, and the Zoo.
No pets (except service animals) allowed and visitors may not leave pets in their cars.
Water fountains and vending machines are located throughout the Gardens.
Push-type strollers for children and adults are available at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis. The Gardens are accessible for guests with disabilities.
There are several indoor facilities where you can enjoy climate controlled comfort, such as the Welcome Center, the Sculpture Galleries, the Lowcountry Center, Children's Discovery Room, Keepsakes - the Brookgreen Shop, and the Pavilion Restaurant.
Free WiFi is available at the Welcome Center, Pavilion Restaurant, the Old Kitchen, and the Zoo.
Personal photography is welcomed. Commercial photography and aerial drone photography are not permitted. For portraiture photography (including bridal, prom, family, engagement, or other special events) a scheduled appointment is required by calling (843) 235-6017 at least one week in advance.
Bicycles are welcome on the paved roads but not allowed on the sidewalks.
DAILY SCHEDULE of tours, excursions, and programs below are FREE with admission.
For the month of April, we are open late until 8 pm! Please check signage around the gardens and zoo for exhibit closing times.
The Huntington Sculpture Garden Tour - 11 a.m., 12 noon, and 2 p.m.
Mother Nature's Cafe - 11 a.m. Daily
Meet the Animals - 2:30 p.m.
Lowcountry: Change and Continuity Exhibit - All Day
Exhibitions in the Rainey Sculpture Pavilion Galleries
The Lowcountry Trail - All Day
Children's Sensory and Nature Trail - All Day
The seasonal excursions and tours listed below. Ticket prices are in addition to garden admission.
Boat Rides - $8 for adults and $4 for children
Back Road History Excursions-$8 for adults and $4 for children
Butterfly House (April 1- October 30) tickets are $3 for a 30-minute timed visit.