The Bivin Garden

The Bivin Garden
500 W 1st St
Phone: 918-793-4011
Fax: 918-793-4021

What began as a landscaped flower garden in Shidler has now become a six-acre tract of spacious lawns, numerous flower beds and hundreds of trees and shrubs. The focal points at the Bivin Garden are rock gardens with decorative rocks from Africa and South America, as well as ornamental ponds with fountains and hundreds of plants. You may even come across a peacock or two roaming through the gardens. Something of interest can be seen at all times from spring to fall, but the optimum time to visit the garden is between mid-May and mid-July. The garden also features shady areas with benches or picnic tables.

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Facility Amenities: Gift Shop, Open Seasonally
Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Complimentary Attraction Passes for Guide/Driver, Tour Group Welcome Reception
Tour Information: Self-guided tours
Open seasonally, from May-September.
Mon-Fri by appt, Sat-Sun 10am-dusk.
Adults: $2 While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
Garden is located 0.25 mi W of Shidler on Hwy 11. Shidler is 12 mi from W entrance of Tallgrass Prairie Preserve (Hwy 18) & 12 mi E of Kaw Lake (Hwy 11).

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