As of June 2014, tickets to the Missouri Botanical Garden cost $8 for adults. Admission is always free for kids 12 and younger. If you're looking for a way to pay less for admission, you have lots of options for saving some cash, including discount days through the garden and attraction cards that can save you money on many area venues.
Many Ways to Save
The Missouri Botanical Garden offers free admission on Wednesday and Saturday mornings for people who live in St. Louis County. If you don't live nearby, visit the garden's Current Promotions page to see the other discounts the garden offers. Members of the military and those with AAA memberships can receive a discount by showing a membership or ID card at the ticket office. If you ride public transportation to the garden on the St. Louis Metro, you can also get a discount by showing your ticket. Also check out the St. Louis Family Attractions Card, which offers discounts at many local attractions. If you're staying at a hotel owned by Drury Hotels, you can also get coupons for the garden as well as other attractions.
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