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The highlight of the garden was the turtles. Other than that it wasn't impressive. There was only 2 butterflies in the butterfly room. (We saw more butterflies at our hotel ). The plants and flowers were beautiful though.
It’s peaceful and was nice to visit, but pretty small compared to the larger cities. Not sure why so few butterflies in the butterfly room. I only saw 3. Outside there’s much more to see. The koi, turtles, and frogs at the pond were my...More
This garden was not huge or overly impressive, but it includes some nice plantings and some interesting theme areas. We enjoyed visiting and wandering around this place for an hour or so. The children’s garden area with a castle, along with dragon and ogre sculptures...More
I would plan to spend maybe a couple hours here. It's not huge but if you take your time it's enjoyable. There are local plants and plants from around the world. It's 3.00-5.00 per person to get in. There are resident animals like box turtles,...More
This great little botanical gardens. It is along the Colorado River and is easily accessible. The river trail runs along it. It is good shape and staff is very knowledgeable. Good stopping palce for a stretch and rest.
This place is a great place to take k e your friends n dsl and families. In the summer they have entertainment . Music is great. You can picnic with your families. They sell food at t h e events. It's a nice relaxing place...More
This set of gardens has native plants, cultivated plants, water gardens, exotic plants, sculpture and a butterfly room. It is beautiful all spring, summer and fall. You can visit the indoor gardens in the winter.
The gardens sponsor some festivals. But the reason I love...More
I will defer comments about the Gardens themselves to others. The reason I liked it is that it provided parking for the trail that takes you under Highway 50 to the wonderful Truss railroad bridge.
This bridge was built the year Grand Junction was founded,...More