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what a beautiful place right in the city....free electric scooter for my husband who has a heart condition so we could see all the wonderful plants and trails....they even have a restaurant on site with indoor and outdoor seating.....you can even purchase champagne with your...More
First night visit to see the Christmas lights and was not disappointed. Clever idea, walking tour of the park to see all the various decorations, trees and exhibits. We loved the train exhibit- well done!
Highly recommend this for all ages. Lots of walking so...More
I opted to head to the gardens during their Christmas Light show. It was a little too crowded and parking was a disaster. I am sure it's much nicer during the daylight hours. I will definitely go back another day.
The McKee gardens are an extremely pleasant way to spend a morning or afternoon. They are currently almost finished with a children's area that should delight youngsters which makes it even more family friendly. It has some beautiful plants, punctuated by some sculptures that blend...More
Two adults visited the gardens in early December 2018 for about two hours. Overall a pleasant visit. Easy walking. Interesting plants but could have used many more signs identifying the plants. Cafe on site, which we didn't try. Also preparing an expansive Children's Garden for...More
There are many different types of tropical plants and foliage which are beautiful to see and interesting to learn about. The grounds themselves are filled with history of the heydey of the gardens and the men who made it possible. It was interesting to walk...More