Great walking paths and beautiful. Very scenic and suits a wide range of ages. One of my favorite places to go back to
The Atlanta Botanical Garden is gorgeous. Be sure to go during the orchid show and when the tulips are in bloom. It was breathtakingly gorgeous!! I've never seen a lot of the orchids that they had. It was very walkable.
We enjoyed the walk among the display of large figures made of plants/flowers & lights. There were also water display, guides and food for purchase. Only the parking may be a little of a problem during the Christmas Season that it is when we visited.
The Atlanta Botanical Gardens is simply beautiful! I love walking through and observing the beautiful greenery and floral designs. If you call yourself a person of culture then this place should be on your list of places to go. This place is good for singles (cause I usually go alone), couples, and families. The opportunity to become a member is... More
I have visited this venue for various events including weddings and a halloween pumpkin patch show. Each time I find something new and interesting. The grounds are kept in top condition and the exotic plants are beautiful. Its also next door to Piedmont Park so there are tons of things to do after your visit.
We visited the gardens during their spring bulb show and they were beautiful. Large splashy displays.There were many other gems between the seasonal displays that made this an awesome garden. Around every corner was a marvel. . There is one issue that could easily be resolved. There are no drinking fountains anyplace that I saw. I didn't have time to... More
There is so much to see at the Botanical Gardens, from ongoing art exhibits within the plants, to poisonous frogs. Visit the world class, renowned orchid conservatory and see the tremendous views of the city. After your finished, take a walk around Piedmont Park and visit the many restaurants, stores and attractions of Midtown.
There is always something to see here. The holiday lights are wonderful and the concerts in the park are fun. The gardens themselves are beautiful and different exhibits are displayed throughout the year.
As a world traveller, I always make a point of seeing the gardens in new and exotic places. The Atlanta Botanical Garden is definitely in the world class. The extensive amount of plant materials that grow naturally In the southeast are beautifully and imaginatively displayed and maintained. The love, dedication of the staff and volunteers are everywhere obvious. New displays... More
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