The Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens

 Spokane's beautiful, restored historic gardens

Edwidge Woldson Park   507  W. 7th, Spokane, WA     

 Friends of the Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens

Mission Statement

Friends of Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens support the continued preservation and on-going maintenance of the Gardens and the historic D.C. Corbin House through education, on-site volunteer programs and community outreach, in cooperation with the Spokane Department of Parks and Recreation.


Friends of the Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens is a 501c3 non-profit organization. The Gardens are owned by the City of Spokane’s Parks and Recreation Department.






Join as a "Friend" of the Gardens

We welcome anyone who loves gardens and/or is interested in learning Spokane history. If you would like to become a friend go to the " Be a Friend" page.

To learn more about volunteering go to the "Volunteer" page.  




Bridalwreath spirea
Tea House
carriage path
Moore home pen and ink drawing
Rose Arbor
Rosa Rugosa
Bertha Turner's stairs
Bertha Turner's steps winter
D.C. Corbin Home (Corbin Art Center)
Corbin Turret for Alfred
Anna Corbin.jpg

Interested in a Tour?

Go to the "Events and Tours" page.

    Take a stroll with our Docents. Hear about the owners and builders of this lovely 100 yr old garden, of its restoration and the historic plants that still thrive here.

   Please wear sensible walking shoes; stone stairs are very uneven. 

 Garden Hours: 


Mid-May:  Weekends, 10 - 4:30

June - Aug.:  Wed-Sun, 10- 7

Sept: Weekends, 10 -4:30


The gates may be closed occasionally due to concerns for the safety of visitors when stairs or conditions maybe unsafe.

Advice to visitors:

This garden is historic, so we must remind you that features are rustic. Stone stairs do not have handrails and are very uneven.

A single  restroom is available in the Corbin Art Center, which may, or may not, be open on the day you visit.


Please no dogs or other pets inside the gates.