HortPark is a one-stop gardening resource hub that brings together gardening-related, recreational, educational, research and retail activities under one big canopy in a park setting. It also serves as a knowledge centre on plants and gardening, providing planting ideas and solutions, and offering a platform for the horticulture industry to share best practices and showcase garden designs, products and services.
Popular with gardening enthusiasts, families and community groups who yearn for a tranquil environment in which to relax, it is also frequently visited by nature lovers who enjoy exercising along the Southern Ridges.
Find out more about the themed gardens and what HortPark has to offer!
Download HortPark brochure for the map and more details.
1. The Forest Walk and Earth Trail at Southern Ridges, between HortPark and Telok Blangah Hill Park, are closed for slope repair works. Click here for map.
Things To Do
Surrounded by greenery and sounds of nature, the Nature Playgarden is designed to encourage children to spend more time outdoors and reconnect with nature. Let children’s imagination run wild as they explore the nine different play features built with natural materials. Children can choose from balancing on logs and climbing through tunnels, to building teepees, cooking up an imaginary feast and more.
As a one-stop gardening resource centre, HortPark offers garden lovers a treat with the variety of themed gardens that can be found within it, such as the Therapeutic Garden. Take a stroll and explore the themed gardens today.
Looking for something fun and enriching to do while at HortPark? Download these PDF trail guides to start your journey.
Bee Trail : This trail covers three different bee habitats in HortPark, featuring flowering plants and bee hotels that provide shelter and food for docile, native bees. Spot up to 20 different bee species and learn about the many beneficial roles that our native bees play.
Butterfly Garden Trail: A garden is never complete without lively interaction between people and animals. Observe these winged beauties in their natural habitat and discover the different types of plants that attract butterflies.
Streets of Singapore Walk: From Sembawang and Kranji to Katong and Tampines, this 1 km route showcases 15 species of trees that have contributed their names to some of Singapore’s roads and towns.
Gardeners' Day Out
Our signature event, Gardeners’ Day Out (held on every third Saturday of the month) is lined up with gardening and lifestyle activities for everyone. Join us on-site for a series of gardening talks, workshops and free guided tours at HortPark. You can also enjoy fun-filled online activities, virtual tours and demonstration by experts from the comfort of your home.
Arts @ HortPark
Reconnect with nature thorugh the arts! HortPark is part of the NAC’s Arts and Culture Nodes Network, an island-wide network of arts and culture nodes for people to come together to participate in, enjoy, and experience the value of the arts in their neighbourhood. From visual arts exhbition and workshops to outdoor performances, there is something for all to enjoy.
Tours catering for schools, organisations or members of public are conducted regularly at HortPark. Browse through the list of available workshops and activities and see which interest you.
We regularly conduct gardening-related workshops for people of all ages. If you enjoy gardening in your spare time, or are looking to hone your skills at growing plants, check out the different workshops we have at HortPark.
Dining and Retail
Vineyard: Looking for an idyllic dinner or a venue for corporate events? Vineyard offers French cuisine and will customise for your occasion.
Canopy: An all-day dining restaurant surrounded by lush greenery. The perfect biophilic experience for friends, family, and pets!
Arbour: A one-stop centre for curated house plants and gardening supplies in HortPark.