FAQ


Where does the tour start

This is a self-guided event that you can enjoy at a leisurely pace. You may begin at any garden, as long as you have your ticket. Maps are provided on each ticket and in the program. The tour hours are 10AM-4PM Saturday and Sunday.

Is there transportation?

No. The tour can be walked at your own pace or you can drive from garden to garden if you choose. The tour can be enjoyed on both Saturday and Sunday, as long as you have your ticket. The ticket is good for one entrance into each garden.

Can I purchase tickets with a credit card?

Yes, through the East Sac Garden Tour Online Ticket site. Or you may purchase tickets with cash at any of our partner location listed here. You can also purchase them with a credit card or cash in front of the school during tour hours the weekend of the tour.

Luncheon tickets are separate. They can be purchased on line through the Thursday before the tour. On event weekend, luncheon tickets are only available at Sutter Lawn Tennis Club from 11:00am – 2:00pm.

Can I purchase tickets on tour days?

Yes, you may purchase tickets at David Lubin School at 3535 M Street. Ticket prices will be $25.00 on event days.

How about tickets for children?

Children 12 and under are free.

Where do I pick up my tickets if I purchased them on-line?

Tickets purchased online can be picked up on the days of the tour at our Will Call Booth, located at David Lubin Elementary School at 3535 M Street, Sacramento.

Where is the Tea Garden Lunch?

Lunch will be served in the Tea Garden at Sutter Lawn (3951 N Street) from 11:00-2:00 each day. Tickets may be purchased at the Tea Garden Saturday and Sunday of the event or online through Thursday, May 10th.

If I don’t finish the tour on Saturday, can I finish it on Sunday?

Yes, please take the time to enjoy all of the gardens. You may complete the tour on Sunday, as long as you have your ticket. Ticket provides one time admission to each garden.

Where are the restrooms?

Restrooms are located at David Lubin School and Sutter Lawn. Look for the notation on your program.