The 31st Villagers’ Garden Tour will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, in the Coral Gables and High Pines area.

The "Tropical Oasis" theme will be vividly on display in each specially curated garden. Villagers and garden experts will be on hand to explain the special features and plantings at each location.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased from Villagers' members or through Eventbrite at Throughout February, tickets will also be available for sale at The Villagers' booth at Coral Gables Farmer’s Market on Saturdays February 17 and 24. On the day of the tour, tickets will be available for $55 at two Coral Gables check-in locations: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 5692 N Kendall Drive, and one of the gardens at 1230 Catalonia Avenue.

A gift boutique at St. Thomas will feature unique artisans, vintage jewelry, garden-related gift items, and plants. The boutique will be open from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., an hour after the tour ends. A Rita Tennyson pop-up café will also be on-site, offering food for purchase.

Additional Event Information

  • This is a no-smoking event 
  • Venues cannot accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, or strollers. 
  • Commercial photography is not allowed. 
  • Carpooling and comfortable, flat walking shoes is encouraged. 
  • Ticket holders will drive their own vehicles between the properties and will receive a map to guide them, as well as detailed information about landscaping highlights. 
  • There are no refunds and no rain dates.

Proceeds support The Villagers’ historic preservation projects and university scholarships for students studying historic preservation.

About The Villagers

Since 1966, The Villagers have awarded close to 250 grants to more than 80 organizations and 200+ university scholarships to advance historic preservation. Through educating, advocating, fundraising, restoration, and documentation, The Villagers work to preserve the cultural and architectural heritage of local historic sites and neighborhoods. For more details about the Garden Tour, projects funded, scholarships, membership opportunities, and the full scope of The Villagers’ legacy, visit