$8 in advance
$13 in advance
$16 in advance
Children 12 and under are free.
Advance ticket sales for Garden & Landscape Expo will begin Thursday, Dec. 15. Tickets will be available online and at select retail outlets. Admission tickets will also be available for purchase at the event.
Parking is paid separately at the Alliant Energy Center entrance gate. The Alliant Energy Center charges $8 for parking.
Advance Retail Ticket Outlets
Advance admission tickets are available for purchase at the following retail establishments Dec. 15 through Feb. 9.
- Chicago (Bucktown) – Plant Salon LLC
- Chicago (West Town) – Plant Salon LLC
- Fitchburg – Jung Garden Center
- Green Bay – Green Bay Botanical Gardens
- Janesville – Rotary Botanical Gardens
- Madison (North) – Jung Garden Center
- Madison – Klein Floral & Greenhouses Inc.
- Madison – Olbrich Botanical Gardens
- Madison – Orange Tree Imports
- Middleton – The Bruce Company
- Middleton – Wild Birds Unlimited
- Oshkosh – Paine Art Center and Gardens
- Portage – Edgewater Home & Garden
- Randolph – Jung Garden Center
- Stevens Point – Jung Garden Center
- Sun Prairie – Jung Garden Center
Seminars and Demonstrations
All seminars and stage demonstrations are free with the cost of admission. No registration required; seating is limited.
PBS Wisconsin is committed to creating inclusive and accessible events. To request an accommodation, please contact us at [email protected] or 608-265-3854. More information about venue accessibility is available here.
Group and Bus Tours
PBS Wisconsin’s Garden & Landscape Expo welcomes groups of visitors ready to think spring! A complimentary bus parking permit is included ($24 value) for groups of 20 or more if tickets are purchased in advance (by Jan. 21). To purchase advance tickets for your group, please contact Amanda Balistreri at amanda.ba[email protected]. Return any unsold tickets for a refund. Please click here for more information about group and bus tours.
The event offers more than 100 free educational presentations, an exhibitor mall, UW-Madison Extension Horticulture experts, a floral design competition and more. All proceeds support PBS Wisconsin.