Our response to COVID-19 The health & well-being of our employees, volunteers and visitors continues to be our first priority. As we work to best serve our community, new guidelines and recommendations will be implemented to insure your safety while visiting. Thanks for your patience & understanding.

Hours of operations effective June 15, 2021:

9:00am to 5:00pm (Last admittance 4:30pm) Tuesday through Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday, most national holidays and during inclement weather


  • Wear face coverings (for all visitors over the age of 2)
  • Fully Vaccinated - No Mask Required
  • Unvaccinated - Mask Required
  • Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing

  • Picnic area may be closed - no food or picnics permitted at the Gardens until further notice

  • Do not visit the Gardens if you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 or COVID symptoms in the last 10 days
  • Visitor entrances to the Gardens and parking lot may be closed periodically to maintain a safe, limited number of visitors.

  • No photography will be permitted at any time to ensure a constant flow and movement of visitors while in the Gardens
  • Group tours, photography permits and art exhibits will not be available until further notice

  • Wash hands or use hand sanitizer

  • Bring water with you; water fountains are not available

  • Sections of the Gardens may be closed to ensure physical distancing, including the Resource Center, Pagoda, American Bandstand and Picnic area
  • Physical distancing of "six feet" from other people at all times
  • Children must stay with adults at all times
  • Signal others of your presence with your voice on walking paths to allow proper distancing
  • Step to the side to allow others to pass, keeping minimum recommended distances at all times
  • Benches may be available, but social distancing should be observed

  • Public restrooms may be closed, be prepared before visiting and time outings so that you are not dependent on the public restrooms
  • No Pets Allowed

In accordance with the County Public Health Order, physical distancing and wearing a face covering is required to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, even if all protocols are followed there are increased risks of exposure to COVID-19 any time you visit a public place. The Gardens, in alignment with the County Public Health Orders, strongly encourages persons who have active or unstable pre-existing health conditions, to remain at home and not visit The Gardens at this time.

If you have any questions, please contact Visitor Services at Info@GardensOfTheWorld.info or 805-557-1135.

Bringing the beauty of the world to the Conejo Valley

The Gardens of the World became a reality when Ed and Lynn Hogan, founders of Pleasant Holidays, decided to build a striking monument to commemorate the various cultures of the world. Their motivation was simple: to give something back to the community where they live and conduct their highly successful business, and the desire to share with others their travel experiences and the beauty they have seen during their travels around the world.

The Gardens of the World exist not only as a cultural contribution to the community, but as an educational tool. The mission of the Hogan Family Foundation is to promote the entrepreneurial spirit through the creation and operation of educational, civic-minded and humanitarian programs designed to encourage a more productive and contributory society.