Garden Rules:

1. Pets must be on a leash and restrained by owner at all time. Owners must clean up after pets.  Please bring your own poop bags!  Please note that we do not allow pets during special events or festivals.

2. Do not touch or climb the sculpture.  Please note that the water in the Tonger fountain is not treated!  Please do not play in the water or climb on the oysterman. 

3. For the health, safety, and comfort of our guests, smoking (or vaping) is NOT allowed at Annmarie Garden. 

4. No skateboarding in the garden.

5. No littering. Please deposit your trash or recyclables in the proper receptacles.

6. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.

7. Fires are not permitted; this includes grills, campfires, fireworks, and candles.


 Pet Etiquette:

Well-behaved dogs are always welcome at Annmarie except during our special events and festivals.  Please check the pet policy for each event before you come.  Please note that well-behaved dogs are welcome at Garden In Lights, but only on Pet Night.  Consult the Garden In Lights calendar for details.

If you bring your dog to Annmarie to take a walk, please observe the following:

1.  Service dogs are always welcome at

2.  Pets are allowed in the Murray Arts Building for a pass-through, menaing they can visit the Front Desk to check in and pass through the building to enter the Wooded Path. 

3.  Pets are NOT allowed in the galleries, Nature Nook, Gift Shop, or artLAB.

4.  Pets are NOT allowed in the Studio School, Artist House, or Clay Studio.

5.  Pets must be vaccinated against rabies. 

6.  Pets must be confined, leashed or otherwise under the physical control of a person at all times. Leashes may not exceed six feet in length. 

7.  Pets may not be tied to trees, bushes, tables or furniture even when the owners are present.

8.  Pets must be well-behaved at all times.

9.  Pet owners are required to pick up after their pets and properly dispose of all pet droppings in trash receptacles.  Please bring your own poop bags!

10.  Any pet that is noisy, dangerous, intimidating or destructive will not be allowed to remain in the garden.

Why leash your dog? (adopted from the American Dog Owners Association)
1.  Leashes protect dogs from becoming lost. 
2.  Unleashed dogs intimidate other guests and their dogs depriving them of the peace the Garden provides.
3.  Unleashed dogs harass, injure, and sometimes kill wildlife.
4.  A leashed dog's keen senses can enhance your awareness of nearly wildlife or other Garden visitors.
5.  Unleashed dogs increase the probability of dogs being banned from your favorite public lands.
6.  Failure to leash your dog my result in a fine.


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