The Bahá’í Gardens were built to provide a fitting approach to and setting for the Shrines in which the founders of the Bahá’í religion are buried. The gardens aim to create a quiet and tranquil environment allowing all the visitors to benefit from peaceful surroundings of the holy places. The gardens are open to the general public without charge - all are welcome.
As in most other such sites, visitors are asked to dress modestly, to help keep the place clean and beautiful, and to behave in a manner that is considerate of the sensitivities of others. Please read these reminders before entering the gardens.
Public Health and Safety
Protecting visitors and staff in the Bahá’í Gardens is our primary concern. For your protection, please remember to follow all 'purple standards' when entering gardens.
Visit by Reservation Only
Current public health measures restrict the number of persons allowed to enter the Bahá’í Gardens at one time. All visitors must request a reservation online and receive a confirmation letter before entering. Please show your confirmation letter to the staff when you arrive. Visitors will also be required to complete a health declaration form prior to entry. There are a limited number of spaces and only self-guided visits will be available. There are no guided tours at this time. We look forward to increasing opportunities to visit - please check back later as spaces occasionally become available.