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Scarborough Botanical Garden

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Scarborough Botanical Garden

36 Reviews
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seafarers62 wrote a review Mar 2020
Great Oakley, United Kingdom216 contributions353 helpful votes
A soothing oasis after the heat retaining concrete and trafic fumes of downtowm Scarborough, the gardens are laid out over eighteen acres of what were once the Dal Fair and rocky plantations.Pretty much deserted the day we visited, with no guided tours as such. Broad sweeps of lawns. planted beds and shade trees could pass for an English park , were it not for the garish crimson of towering African tulips, flamboyant trees and the yellow and pink cascades of the poui trees. An enjoyable retreat from the hustle and bustle of the dusty city .
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Barbara M wrote a review Mar 2020
Springfield, Missouri2820 contributions311 helpful votes
We relaxed here for an hour or so on a very hot day, watching people and lots of chicks. Right by the main drag, so lots to watch. More of a very nice park in my book, but they can call it whatever they want.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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sunshineON wrote a review Feb 2020
toronto10 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful gardens, a quiet escape in the city of Scarborough. Enjoyed on a Sunday after church. Nice breeze and benches to relax on.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ja5al1n wrote a review Feb 2020
Worcester UK125 contributions87 helpful votes
It's a lovely place, but such a pity more care is not taken with labelling plants and the exceptional trees, and offering a layout guide.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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shernellt wrote a review Jun 2019
Trinidad232 contributions36 helpful votes
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The botanical gardens is quite big—good for walks, picnics and a quiet place to read or chat. The grounds are well kept with many types of plants and trees. The best time to go is during the week when it’s not crowded. Right in the heart of Scarborough, it’s opposite one of the public car parks. One disappointment though was the very unclean toilet facilities. Although there was toilet paper, the toilet couldn’t flush, nor was there water in the sink. The garbage bin also needed emptying. Other than that, it’s a wonderful serene place to get away from the hustle and bustle.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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