The Garden is open daily, 15 March - 31 October, 10am - 5pm.
(Open every Sunday in February 10am - 4pm during the Scottish Snowdrop Festival).
Last entry 30 minutes before the Garden closes.
In the event of severe weather the Garden may be closed at short notice. Please phone ahead for further details.
To avoid confusion, it should be noted that Logan Botanic Garden is located past Logan House garden, and is in no way affiliated.
Adults £5-50, Concessions £4-50, Children £1 and Families (2 adults and up to 4 children) £11-00.
Friends enjoy free admission.
Group discounts of 10% are available for groups of 11 or more people, providing that payment is by a single transaction. Groups can turn up and pay on the day of their visit, or please call +44 (0) 1776 860 231 to pre-book. Booking is advisable.
* GIFT AID ADMISSION
If you are a UK tax payer and kindly agree to make a donation in the form of Gift Aid Entry, the Government's Gift Aid scheme allows RBGE to reclaim the tax, increasing the value of your admission payment by nearly one third.
Both a wheelchair and an electric scooter are available for use.
While dogs are not permitted in the Garden, we offer shady parking and great walks are available in the surrounding area for you and your dog.
The Potting Shed Bistro is open daily to Garden visitors* between 15 March and 31 October, 10am - 4.30pm. It serves tasty lunches, light snacks and delicious home baking using the finest local ingredients.
Download a sample menu.
Seating capacity of 48 plus an additional 48 outdoors
Baby changing facilities
Please call the Potting Shed Bistro on +44 (0) 1776 860296 for group catering options.
*The Potting Shed Bistro is open to non-Garden visitors in March, September and October, as well as selected weekends in February (10am - 3.30pm).
The Botanics Shop has a fantastic selection of local crafts, gifts and plants, some of which can be seen growing in the Garden and indeed have been grown at Logan. In 2012, Logan collected seeds will be available.
How to get here
Logan is 14 miles south of Stranraer in the Rhinns of Galloway, off the B7065. For travel details and a location map, go to How to reach us
You can take photographs and videos in the Garden for personal use. All filming and photography for commercial use is by permit only. Details of any requests for filming or photography should be discussed with the Press & Marketing Office.
Please note that no dogs except guide dogs are permitted within the Garden. No bicycles or footballs are also allowed within the Garden.
Logan Botanic Garden
Dumfries & Galloway