Seniors (65+): $10.00
Students & Military (w/ID): $9.00
Children 3-15: $6.00
Children 2 and under: Free
All visits are self-guiding, and admission includes entrance to our Museum of Japanese art and handicrafts and to our Art Gallery.
We do not issue refunds for completed visits to our grounds and buildings.
To clarify a particular circumstance that sometimes arises, please consider before entering that Yume is a Japanese garden. It comprises stylized landscapes that express metaphors through carefully composed arrangements of large rocks, water features, pruned trees and shrubs, and areas of meticulously raked gravel and sand. It is not a Western-style botanical garden with thick, naturalistic plantings of labeled trees and bushes. Should you wish to see the latter, the Tucson Botanical Gardens are half a block north of our location.
Limited parking for daytime visitors and for evening and special events is available inside our main gate at 2130 N. Alvernon Way.
If our lot is full, you may park half a block south, on East Justin Lane, on the same side of Alvernon Way as the Gardens. Non-resident curbside parking is NOT permitted on East Hampton Place, immediately north of the Gardens. Please do not block residential driveways or access to streetside mailboxes.
Note also that we are not responsible for damage to or theft from vehicles parked in our lot. Wherever you park, do not leave valuables in your car or in sight, and be sure to lock your vehicle.
For Visitors With Disabilities and Small Children
Disabled parking is available in our lot for vehicles displaying Handicapped tags or license plates. Garden pathways are level and accessible for scooters, wheelchairs, and strollers, but we do not offer strollers or mobility devices for visitors.
Accessible Services For Disabled Bus Riders
All Tucson Sun Tran buses are equipped with lifts for mobility devices and carry service animals free of charge. Major bus stops, cross streets, and transfer locations are announced. Braille and Large Print maps are available by calling (520) 792-9222 (TDD 628-1565).