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News: 05/15/2020

Quarryhill opens up to members

Thanks to a recent decision by the Sonoma County Health Officer easing restrictions on visiting parks in the County by allowing park users to arrive at local parks by motor vehicle, Quarryhill Botanical Garden is now beginning a phased reopening of the Garden to visitors.

The first phase of the Garden's reopening is for Quarryhill's members.

Beginning May 14, the Garden was open to members only Tuesdays through Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Members must present a current membership card to gain access to the Garden. The ability for members to bring guests is dependent on your membership level; please visit to review your member benefits.

Quarryhill will not have the ability to process new memberships or renewals on site. If you've misplaced your membership card, or do not know if your membership has expired, please e-mail;; prior to visiting.

There also are some restrictions. Social distancing practices are required at all times, as are the use of face masks, especially when in the presence of staff and other visiting members. The restrooms will be closed, so plan ahead.

Visitors are required to bring water and a cell phone in case of an emergency. Trash receptacles and golf carts will not be available for use, and members are required to take away any trash they have brought to the Garden.

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