Jenkins strives to make our gardens and programs accessible and welcoming for all visitors and program participants. To ensure the highest quality experience during your visit, please review information below and see a Visitor Services Associate in the John J. Willaman Education Center at the start of your visit. For additional information, please contact us at

Jenkins incorporates a mix of paved, turf, and woodchip trails throughout the gardens. Our gardens are situated on a steep hill and we recommend checking in with a Visitor Services Associate in the Education Center lobby to plan your route.

Accessible Entrance to Education Center
The front entrance to our John J. Willaman Education Center is equipped with an accessible push-bar for easy entry.

Golf Cart Tours
Docent-led golf cart tours are available by request for up to 5 passengers. Click here to learn more.

There are benches and chairs located throughout the gardens to provide opportunity to rest. Click here for a map of our benches and chairs.

Service Animals
Certified service animals on a leash are welcome to visit the gardens.

Social Narrative for Jenkins
Click here to view a social narrative for visiting Jenkins. Printed copies are available upon request in our Education Center.

Sensory Backpacks
Sensory Backpacks are available to borrow for free from the Education Center lobby. Backpacks include noise-cancelling headphones, fidgets, plushie, visor, sunglasses, and a printed social guide to Jenkins.

Caregiver Registration/Ticket Policy
Registration and/or ticket purchase is free for a caregiver accompanying a program or event participant with a disability. If you have program-related questions or to register for a caregiver, please contact us by emailing