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Accessibility

Chanticleer welcomes visitors of all abilities to experience the garden. We strive to ensure that the garden is accessible. However, due to the gardenís varied topography, portions of the historic landscape may be inaccessible.

Mobility


Chanticleer is wheelchair accessible. A one-mile paved path navigates the gardenís 35-acres with benches strategically situated throughout. Topography through parts of the garden is hilly, which can be challenging. Our Visitor Service staff are available to help you determine the best way to proceed before you begin. Visitor Service staff can be found at the reception desk and roaming in the garden.

You are welcome and encouraged to bring your own personal mobility device for use in the garden. Wheelchairs are not available for rent at the garden and Chanticleer does not have shuttles within the garden.

Parking


Reserved accessible parking is available near the entrance. Guests may drop off passengers near the front desk, using the traffic circle as you enter the parking area.

Restrooms & Drinking Fountains


Accessible restrooms are located near the entrance and in the Asian Woods area, half way around the gardenís one-mile path. Most drinking fountains are wheelchair accessible. See a Visitor Service staff member for assistance to locate these.

Service Animals


Service animals aiding visitors with disabilities are welcome at Chanticleer. Pets are not permitted.

Personal Care Assistants


Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) are provided complimentary admission when accompanying guests with disabilities during their visit.

More Information


For accommodation requests related to a disability, questions, comments, or for more information about the accessibility of the garden, please contact us by emailing admin@chanticleergarden.org or calling 610-687-4163.

Opening Times

Closed for the Season


The garden will open for the
2021 Season on Wednesday,
March 31st.

The garden will be open through
Sunday, October 31st.

News & Events

All of us at Chanticleer stand aligned with the outpouring of support for those standing against the unacceptable killings of George Floyd and so many others by those charged to protect us.

We are growing many more vegetables this year and are sharing fresh vegetables weekly with community organizations. The small act of growing vegetables can have a big impact and we encourage all who can to grow and share.

2021 Season Passes Now Available


Purchase a 2021 Season Pass now and use it through the end of this season and in 2021.

The Art of Gardening & Grow Fruit and Vegetables in Pots


Now available for purchase online.

Chanticleer In the News


High praise from
The New York Times,
Chicago Tribune, Garden Design,
St. Catharines Standard, and FlipKey by Trip Advisor.

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