Mercer Botanic Gardens

An outdoor treasure located in the hustle and bustle of Humble, Mercer Botanic Gardens spans 180 acres and is divided by Aldine Westfield Road – with Precinct 3 maintaining the east side that includes the Gardens. The Gardens is a 60-acre peaceful oasis where visitors can explore and admire gardens of bamboo, color displays, daylilies, endangered species, ferns, gingers, herbs, tropicals, and more.

Mercer employs a team of experienced botanists, horticulturalists, and gardeners who offer a wealth of knowledge and information, and who will gladly assist you during your visit. Its mission is to establish and maintain a versatile botanical facility for the greater Houston and Gulf Coast region that serves the public, horticultural industry, and scientific community.

Park Details:

  • 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.


    Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Day
  • 713-274-4160
  • MercerBotanicGardens@pct3.hctx.net

Park Features:

Restrooms
Playground
Picnic Area
Trail Access
Shade Structures
Acres: 180
Trail Length: 0.56 miles