After our summer hiatus, Yume Japanese Gardens and Museum of Tucson is reopening on Friday, October 1, for a refreshing refuge for Tucsonans seeking harmony, hope and healing in cooler temperatures.
The serene gardens at Yume delight the eye, nurture the spirit, and restore hearts frayed by day-to-day distress. They interpret and compress the natural world into beautiful and masterfully cultivated landscapes that heighten a visitor’s awareness of life’s deeper qualities and impart the feeling of walking through a tranquil vision. Safe, calm, and inspiring, Yume’s gardens are back for a much-needed sanctuary.
Yume sets capacity limits to safeguard visitors and staff and observes Arizona Department of Health Services guidelines for COVID-19 management. Timed admission tickets purchased online are required for entry; physical distancing and facial coverings are also required, in all indoor and outdoor spaces.