The Gardens are open! Before visiting, please review Texas A&M University’s campus guidelines as all students, faculty, staff and visitors are required to wear a face mask. If you do find yourself visiting The Gardens over the next few months, tag us on social media in your pictures! We would love to see how you are enjoying The Gardens while abiding by the COVID-19 restrictions.
Your health and safety are important to us! Given the current COVID-19 concerns, we not are offering in-person guided tours. If you are interested, you may submit a request to placed on our waiting list and we will notify you when we are offering tours again.
In the meantime, we encourage you to check out our audio tour while you visit! Or, you can enjoy our 360-degree virtual tour from the comfort of your own home! More information about these tour alternatives can be found here.
Thank you for your interest in hosting an event at The Gardens! We are currently scheduling events for 2021 based on COVID-19 size restrictions established with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Texas A&M University guidance. If you would like to place a hold on our calendar, please contact us at Gardens@ag.tamu.edu or fill out our event reservation request form here.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for The Gardens at Texas A&M University! Volunteers are integral to our success and we cannot wait to meet you and get to work! Unfortunately due to COVID-19 and limitations on visitors, we are suspending in-person volunteer operations at the current time. For more information about volunteering or to sign-up and be contacted when restrictions are removed, please visit us here.
Thank you all for your continued interest and support of The Gardens. We hope to offer you an opportunity to relax and explore nature while remaining physically distant. If you do find yourself visiting The Gardens over the next few months, please tag us in your pictures. We would love to see how you are enjoying The Gardens while abiding by the COVID-19 restrictions. As always, feel free to reach out to Gardens@ag.tamu.edu with any questions you may have