Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden will open for the 2018 season on Saturday May 5th. Enjoy the Lethbridge Japanese
Garden from the first cherry blossom to the last autumn leaf.
May and June hours 10:00am to 6:00pm
July hours 10:00am to 7:00pm
August hours 10:00am to 7:30pm
September and October hours 10:00am to 6:00pm
Please keep an eye on the Garden's Facebook page and our Events Calendar. Some moonlight viewings, special events and activities may affect the hours that the Garden is open.
Taking a garden tour with one of our knowledgeable hosts or
hostesses is the best way to learn about and appreciate Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden.
The staff are knowledgeable about the Garden's history, design and the
Tours typically last between 30 to 45 minutes and
can be tailored to the wishes and interests of the guests.
Tours begin from the main Garden gate at 11:00am, 2:00pm and 4:00pm. All tours are included with the cost of admission.
GENERAL ADMISSION PRICES
Adults - $11.00
Seniors (60+) and Students - $7.00
Youth (10 and Under) - FREE
Group Tours - refer to "Group Tours & Photo Sessions"
Your admission gains access to the Garden, the Visitors Centre, public tours and cultural events and activities. For a detailed event schedule visit here.
2018 Season Passes:
Single (Individual)- $30.00
Couples (Close friends/family)-$40.00
Family (Four Family Members) - $50.00
Additional Family Member $10.00/person
For more information on season pass benefits click here.
All admission rates and season passes include GST. The Garden accepts Visa, MasterCard, Debit, certified cheques or cash.
Partial access only. Garden pathways are easily accessible. As the floor in the Pavilion is extremely fragile, shoes are not allowed. However, deck tours will be provided to those not able to tour the inside. A wheelchair is available for use at the Garden.
Disabled permit parking is available.
Guide dogs for the blind/handicapped are permitted in the Garden area only.
Free parking, gift shop, motor coach/RV parking and restrooms.
The Garden is a smoke-free environment.
No food or drink in the Garden, except water unless the Garden permits. There is no restaurant or cafe on site; however, beverages and snacks can be purchased at the Visitor Centre.
Nearby recreation includes swimming, picnicking, golfing, walking trails and bike pathways, hotel/motel accommodation and other services are close to the Garden.