More Than Peace

Grows Here


Nestled in the Turtle Mountains is a garden. A celebration of peace, a living monument to the ideals of friendship and cooperation among nations. Acres of uninterrupted prairie, forests and radiant floral gardens are defined by nature, not borders.

Things To Do

Experience the Peace Gardens all year by visiting these featured attractions.
The Conservatory, along with the cacti & succulent collection, is closed to the public as we expand our new space. Opening later  2023.


The cacti & succulent Conservatory are closed to the public.
We have begun construction and expansion of The Conservatory and the cacti and succulent display will be closed to the public and off-display until early 2023.

The Garden is open 8am to 8pm daily
The Gift Shop is open 10AM – 5:30PM, the Café is currently closed for the season.

Daily off-season admission costs are $15. Annual membership is $40 (good for 12 months).
You may purchase memberships online, pay at the gate, or stop in the admin office.

Join the Worker Bees

Volunteer at the International Peace Garden

We are looking for Worker Bees of all ages and abilities as our volunteer opportunities are wide-ranging and accomodating for all. We ask that kids under the age of 16 be accompanied by a parent or adult. We also have opportunities for group workdays and individual hours of service every day of the week. Worker Bees that contribute 6 or more hours of service are also eligible for additional incentives!

Passes & Memberships

Annual membership or lifetime memberships can be purchased online for your next visit to the Garden.

Day Pass Rates:

  • Pedestrian/Pedal Bike – $10
  • Military Rate – $15
  • Passenger Vehicle – $15 (off-season rate)
  • Motorcycle (per rider) – $10
  • Tour Bus/Large Groups

Annual Membership – $40
Lifetime Membership – $500