Time to take in the wide open spaces as the 700-acre Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms. Best known as a native plant refuge and working farm located along the banks of Deer Creek in southern Jefferson County, this expansive site includes historic Hildebrand Ranch and its restored 1918 dairy barn. Chatfield Farms is now open with capped admissions, timed tickets and strict safety guidelines.
How can I reserve a ticket?
All ticket purchases must be made in advance either online or over the phone. No tickets will be available for purchase onsite.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for children ages 3 to 15 and students (with ID), $7 for seniors (65+), $7 for military and veterans with ID and free for children under age 2.
DBG members get in for free.
Tickets are released two weeks at a time. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Last entry to Chatfield Farms is at 4 p.m.
What should I know before I visit?
Visitation will be capped. Entry will be timed in 30-minute blocks. Please arrive within 30 minutes of your selected time.
Entry will be at the ticket booth in the gravel lot to the north of the Earl J. Sinnamon Visitor Center. Please show your tickets at the ticket booth located here.
View or print an updated map of the Gardens here. Physical maps will not be available onsite.
The Children’s Play Area is closed.
Access to buildings will be limited to restrooms only.
Visitors will not be allowed entry without adequate face covering. You must wear a mask.
Please practice social distancing – staying at least six feet away from visitors not in your party.
Outdoor drinking fountains will not be accessible, so please bring your own water.
Bring your own wheelchair or stroller.