Seeds of Wonder
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Daily
Pre- School Aged | School Aged Children | Boy Scouts | Girl Scouts
Seeds of Wonder Video
Upcoming Children’s Events
4th of July Parade
Join us for our annual 4th of July Parade through the Garden. Bring decorated strollers and wagons (no bikes please) and wear red, white and blue! We will meet at Seeds of Wonder at 10 am and the parade will start at 10:30 am sharp. After the parade, you are welcome to stay and enjoy the garden.
Insect and Ladybug Festival 2016
Ongoing Programs in Seeds of Wonder
Free with admission or membership. Occasionally a program may be modified or cancelled without prior notice if a volunteer is not available. Not available on rainy days.
For more information email SOW@SDBGarden.org.
2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th of the month
10 am – noon
Not offered on 10-13-15 due to preparations for the Fall Plant Sale
Toddler Tales and Tunes (recommended for ages 1 - 4)
Toddler Tales & Tunes will be CANCELLED next Tuesday 6/28
Play in the garden and pot plants to take home. Pre-school stories and songs are offered on the patio of the Ecke Building from 10:00 - 10:30 am.
10 – 11:30 am
Not offered on 10-14-15 due to preparations for the Fall Plant Sale
Garden Arts and Crafts (recommended for ages 1 - 6)
Children may participate in a variety of arts and crafts. There will also be plant potting and other fun activities.
10 – 11 am
Not offered on 10-15-15 due to preparations for the Fall Plant Sale
Trains, Paints and Plants (recommended for ages 1 - 6)
Watch our motorman-engineer James run his special trains. He will also answer all your train questions. A nature related craft and plant potting will be offered.
A touch of fantasy world in the middle of lush gardens, our garden railroad brings the whimsical charm of a miniature railroad to Seeds of Wonder, placing smiles on many faces, young and old. Come take a tour of our miniature landscape.
All Aboard! The train wanders through the country side, passing under the gondola which carries our miniature visitors to the height of “SOW Mountain” and onto the “Quail Lookout Tower.” From the height of the tower you can see a small town in the distance. The town is serviced by a trolley that provides means of transportation to the many residents. Push the big yellow button and you are the Engineer!
The newest addition to the Seeds of Wonder Rail Road. Thomas the Tank Engine and friends. Thanks to Bud Reece of Bachmann.
See Train Video Click Here
Photo: Nick Ruddick
Photo: Rachel Cobb
Pre-school Self Guided Tour
Download Map Here (PDF File)
Download the 33 page PDF File
Tour Guide with Facts and Photographs
High Resolution 31MB
Low Resolution 4 MB
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