Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum

Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum
Street address: 

3001 Jasmine Hill Rd.
Wetumpka, AL 36106

Open F–Sat. last 2 weekends in Mar. and 1st 3 weekends in Apr.

P.O. Box 6001
Montgomery, AL 36106

senior, group, AAA
Admission charged
Personal Checks

One of the oldest gardens in Alabama, Jasmine Hill has matured at 75-years. Filled with camellias, azaleas, flowering Japanese cherries and an abundance of other southern trees and shrubs, the 20-acre gardens also feature reproductions of Greek statuary and beautiful pools throughout.


Mobility Impaired (all one level, no steps, ramps, toilet access from front of wheelchair, wheelchair-level water fountains, seating areas for wheelchair users)

Related attractions

Lions, tigers, sharks and other exotic animals displayed in natural habitats, plus touch-and-feel exhibits. Also view live animals such as white-tailed and sika deer, foxes, skunks and others.
Canoe/sit-on-top kayak rentals down Coosa River. Life jackets/paddles included. Class II & III rapids, breathtaking scenery. Bring fishing poles.
Whitewater paddling outfitters. Shuttle service to put in. Planned, guided day trips on Coosa River and Hatchet Creek. Guided overnight Tallapoosa River trips.
Jasmine Hill is a twenty acre southern garden with an ancient Greek theme including famous statuary reproductions, and a full scale reproduction of Greek Temple of Hera ruins from Olympia where the Olympic flame was started.