Visit Darts Hill Garden Park, where you will find rare plants, shrubs and trees.

This venue is sold out for this Mother's Day weekend, and walk-ins will not be permitted. If you are interested in viewing the gardens, future dates are available.

Due to the sensitive nature of the garden, wedding and graduation photos, pets, bicycles and sporting equipment are not permitted in the park. 

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1633 170 Street, Surrey BC

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Created by Francisca Darts with the dedicated support of her husband Edwin, Darts Hill Garden Park is a showcase of 70 years of devotion, hard work and a pure love of horticulture.

Enjoy a sneak peek into the garden’s history and all it has to offer with this virtual Darts Hill Garden Park tour.

Spring Opening

The gates to Darts Hill Garden Park will be open to welcome the public again this spring. Explore the garden during our Public Garden Strolls, scheduled from 11am – 3pm on most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from April 3 to July 31, 2021

This venue is sold out for this Mother's Day weekend, and walk-ins will not be permitted. If you are interested in viewing the gardens, future dates are available.

Plan a visit

Darts Hill Garden Park is reopening with updated guidelines to allow the community to safely enjoy the park. All visitors will be required to pre-register for a Darts Hill Garden Stroll. Entry times will be available every 30 minutes. Visitors will have 90 minutes to enjoy the garden. 

  • General Admission Tickets are $5.00
    • If you are purchasing tickets for multiple people please pre-register by phone
  • Children under 12 can enter for free with an adult. If you are planning to bring children to the garden, email with the following information.
    • Registration date
    • Registration time slot
    • Number of children
  • Tickets are free for Garden Members  
    • Please register by phone

Hours of Operation

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 3pm
April 3 to July 31, 2021

 Entry times are as follows:

  • 11am
  • 11:30am
  • 12pm
  • 12:30pm
  • 1pm
  • 1:30pm

Pre-Register Online 

Pre-Register by Phone

If you would like to register by phone or if you are purchasing tickets as a member or for multiple people, please call the City of Surrey Call Centre at 604-501-5100.

Call Centre Hours of Operation

  • Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Closed: Saturday, Sunday, and Statutory Holidays

Troubleshooting Registration

  • For the best registration experience, we recommend using Google Chrome as your internet browser.
  • All registrants need a MySurrey account to register.
  • If you have any issues registering online, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.
  • Visit our New Online Registration System page for more information including video tutorials and guidelines.

For questions regarding registering for a time slot:

Darts Hill Garden Conservancy Trust Society and the City of Surrey are following the guidelines of the COVID-19 Public Health Orders so all activities, programs and events are subject to change. Before travelling to the garden, please check the Darts Hill Garden Park calendar to confirm opening.

Park History

Out of a logged parcel of land, Francisca and Edwin Darts cleared and transformed their property initially into an award-winning orchard. As Francisca became more involved with local gardening clubs, so did her enthusiasm for rare and unusual plants from around the world.

Gradually, they transformed their garden again, creating a collection garden – a plantsman’s garden. Wishing to see their garden continue to grow, inspire and teach new generations of gardeners, the Darts gifted their 7.5 acre garden to The City of Surrey in 1994.

Darts Hill Garden Park Endowment

The Darts Hill Garden Park Endowment provides necessary funds to build upon Francisca Darts’ vision of a Plantsman’s Garden. The Endowment contributes to capital projects that ensure the garden continues to be a unique and vital asset within the City of Surrey. Your generous contribution helps ensure the fund continues to grow and provides benefit to visitors to Darts Hill Garden Park through additional amenities and improvements. 

In 1994 Edwin and Francisca Darts donated their 7.5-acre garden to the City of Surrey and its citizens. Their intention was to give Surrey its own garden to be used as a horticultural centre for the preservation, enhancement, and development of plants. Learn more about the Darts Hill Garden Park Endowment and opportunities to contribute to the legacy of Darts Hill Garden Park.

Event Notice

Due to the sensitive nature of the botanical and unusual plant life at Darts Hill, it was Mr. and Mrs. Darts’ wish that events (including corporate events), event photography and weddings not take place in the garden. 

We highly recommend visiting Bear Creek Park, which is complete with a wedding chapel and beautifully manicured gardens on a first-come, first-served basis.

Be sure to explore all the display gardens in the City of Surrey.

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Call: 604-501-5100

Photo credits: Scarlet Black

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