Welcome to the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden (MEMBG), a 7.5 acre garden on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California which contains a diverse collection of plant species from around the world. Over 3,000 types of plants grow at the garden and a wide range of environments are found within its borders, from the sunny, dry desert and Mediterranean sections on the eastern edge to the shady verdant interior. A stream and series of ponds run through the center of the garden, home to koi and turtles. MEMBG is devoted to showcasing the beauty, utility and incredible diversity of the plant kingdom to the UCLA community and the public at large.


Come join us and celebrate the opening of the La Kretz Garden Pavilion!

Closure Announcement

The Patio Gate and Service Road Gate are open intermittently, depending on ongoing construction on the Patio. The South Gate, North Gate and Main Gate along Tiverton have no expected closures.