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Established in 1986, this 4.5-acre garden displays a beautiful array of indigenous and exotic flowers and plants, in addition to the tropical birds that make the Garden's miniature tropical rainforest their home.
A lovely, peaceful spot with some interesting plants, and a nice layout. Regrettably much damaged by the hurricane, and without any refreshment facilities (but there are toilets). While I visited there were only a total of four visitors, yet all welcomed by an enthusiastic warden....More
We visited this when in Tortola as not being "water sports " people we needed something to visit. It was $3 each to get in and passed away a good hour. The young lady in the gardens took great pride in showing us the Sea...More
Small but beautiful botanical gardens with some unusual plants. Shady spots, colourful sections and fruit trees. Well worth the $3 entrance fee. Link with a visit to the Sugarworks museum or the Prison museum - both are good and fairly close
It is a nice shady spot out of the heat of the sun. Its relaxing an you can stay as long as you want. There are some interesting plants, tree and plenty of lizards. It could done with a bit of tidy up as some...More
This is a nice spot with some very interesting plants and trees.
But as others have mentioned it appears to need funding & upkeep.
Has potential to be a lovely botanical garden.
Good place to have a peaceful, relaxing break away from crowds of tourists...More
This is a small botanical gardens with some interesting plants. It takes about an hour to see but for $3 it is worth it. As well as the plants there is some wildlife (chickens, goldfish, tortoises, turtles and the ubiquitous lizards).
It is worth it...More
I have walking difficulties and found the walk to the gardens to be ok. We got a map from tourist information which was quite direct. There is a park that we sat in which was on route ... It was about 20mins from the port... More
I have walking difficulties and found the walk to the gardens to be ok. We got a map from tourist information which was quite direct. There is a park that we sat in which was on route ... It was about 20mins from the port. There is plenty of seats in the gardens and the walk back to the port is all down hill plus you can take a rest in the park on the way back to the ship. Alternatively, if walking for you is not an option there are taxis at the port that will take you there ... Try the walk as you get a taste of the local culture