Columbus Park of Roses
Welcome to Columbus Park of Roses, a unique public garden in Columbus, Ohio. It was created in 1953 and has grown to include over 12,000 roses of more than 400 varieties. There are also herb and perennial gardens and display beds of annual plantings. The Columbus Recreation and Parks Department owns and maintains the park. The Columbus Park of Roses Foundation provides financial support through dedications and donations and oversees the volunteer program.
We invite you to visit at any time of the year. The park is free to all visitors and opens every day from dawn to dusk. It is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs.
Visit www.parkofroses.org to see the annual highlights in the Park.
The garden is accessed at the west part of Whetstone Park, it is closer to the Olentangy Trail than it is to High Street. The attached image shows Olentangy Trail access points circled in purple and interfaces with the area streets circled in orange.
40.043225, -83.026696 Columbus, OH 43214