Soos Creek Botanical Garden and Heritage Center is open to the public, pairing the experience of strolling amid inspirational, mature gardens with the fascinating local history of the Soos Creek Plateau.

Soos Creek Botanical Garden is dedicated to promoting the enjoyment, understanding and conservation of plants and the natural world along with our community’s local history through education, research, and stewardship. We invite you to experience our gardens and programs with us, as we continue to enhance them.

Soos Creek Botanical Garden provides a diversity of gardens for the public to enjoy, including inspirational gardens based upon international, regional, and historical gardens, while providing education and conservation of horticulture, the environment, and history.

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We are part of the
Garden Cam
Out by Christmas...reserve yours now!
The focus of the book is on the settlers and families of the plateau. It describes the development of the plateau with emphasis on farming. The book contains maps and eary photographs of the area.
History of the Soos Creek Plateau from 1860 to 1960
To reserve a copy, please call 253-639-0949 or
E-mail info@sooscreekbotanicalgarden.org. In your message state your
name, phone and the number of copies you would like to reserve.
The Garden is closed.

Opening next season
Wed. March 16, 2016

The Red Barn programs will return next season!

Check the
Events page for information.