Tickets & Tours
Our native plant gardens and scenic trails will reopen for general admission in spring 2022. Tickets purchased now can be used through Sunday, November 20, 2022.
Children 6-17: $8
Children 5 & Under: Free
Members receive free general admission as part of their benefits. Learn more about becoming a Mt. Cuba Center member here.Buy Tickets
Garden Highlights Walks
Docent-led walks are offered at 11 am and 3 pm, Wednesday through Sunday, beginning on Wednesday, June 16, 2021. Each walk lasts about 45 minutes and tour content will vary as the gardens are dynamic and ever-changing.
This tour can be added on to your general admission ticket for $3. Free for members. Advance reservation strongly encouraged.
Garden Enthusiast Tours
Take an in-depth tour of our gardens with a knowledgeable guide, learn about notable native plants, and receive tips on sustainable gardening practices. Tour content will vary as the gardens are dynamic and ever-changing. Come back for a new experience each time.
Tours are two hours in length and include walking over rolling terrain and mulched paths. Tickets include admission for the day, so plan to stay for a picnic or enjoy the gardens at your leisure after your tour has ended. Walk-ins are accepted as space allows.
Garden Enthusiast Tours are offered from 10 am to 12 pm on the following Saturdays: June 12, July 10, August 14, September 11, October 9, and November 13, 2021. Advance reservation strongly encouraged.
Children 6-17: $12
Children 5 & Under: Free
Mt. Cuba welcomes individuals of all backgrounds to visit and experience the beauty of native plants and learn about the value they provide to wildlife. We understand that the cost of admission can be a barrier for some families. To help alleviate this, Mt. Cuba joined Museums for All and Blue Star Museums to offer discounted and free admission to those who are eligible. Read on to learn more.
Blue Star Museums provides free general admission to active military personnel and up to five (5) family members per visit. This benefit is valid for onsite general admission ticket purchases between May 15 and September 16, with a Geneva Convention common access card (CAC), DD FORM 1173 ID card (dependent ID), or a DD Form 1172-1 ID card.Learn More
Museums for All is a national program that encourages individuals of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits. Through this program, guests receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits) can gain deeply discounted admission ($2 per person) for up to 4 people per visit simply by presenting their SNAP EBT (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Electronic Benefit Transfer) card at ticketing. This benefit is available for onsite general admission ticket purchases.Learn More
ACCESS Delaware is an Art-Reach program that empowers individuals and families from low-income households and those with disabilities to engage with arts and culture in Delaware at a rate they can afford. By simply showing an ACCESS Card and photo ID when purchasing general admission tickets, guests pay a deeply discounted rate ($2 per person for up to four people). ACCESS discount is not valid for ticketed events, classes, or online purchases. Find out more here.Learn More
Currently, the following libraries have a Mt. Cuba Center membership available for checkout. This membership can be checked out with a library card and provides free general admission for those covered under the membership level. Do to demand, you may need to reserve the membership in advance. Each library has their own guidance for check out periods and late or lost fees. Please call or visit one of the libraries below to inquire about use and availability.
- Cumberland County Library (NJ)
- New Castle Public Library
- Phoenixville Public Library
- Radnor Memorial Library
- Kennett Library
If you are a library that is interested in joining our Library Membership Program, please contact us to learn more.Contact Us