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The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis was founded in 1859 by Henry Shaw. Today, the Garden is a National Historic Landmark and a center for science, conservation, education and horticultural display - widely considered one of the top three...more
A relaxing walk through art and plant life. Bronze statutes, blown glass artworks and beautiful planting groups. Many plantings are common plants that home gardeners will recognize but still appreciate there beauty. Annuals and perennials, evergreen bushes and established trees. Lovely park setting in a...More
Too many things to mention I don't know where to begin. Whether you are a horticulturist at heart or a a novice you will leave impressed. The Missouri Botanical Gardens offers so many different events and programs you need to check them out.
Beautiful gardens. great layout overall and easy to stroll. “floral borealis“ is worth seeing. we were there for a private party and food was very good. There were a couple of other places to eat on the grounds: one casual barbecue setting with live music...More
I went here as a chaperone for my daughters field trip. It was spring. Honestly I am not a huge plant person, and there was not anything flashy for me to take a interest in. It was a well marked pathway through the area. I...More
This was the first time in 30 years since I had a chance to get visit the Botanical Gardens. Very pretty. Everything from the start to finish was clean, smelled good and just a true delight to have been a part of. Enjoyed all the...More
Shaw’s Garden is what St. Louis natives call the Botanical Gardens in Tower Grove Park. As I grew up in St. Louis I visited the gardens many times as a kid.
But coming home to visit family and attend several reunions is usually full on...More
This botanical garden facility is about as good as it gets to enjoy flora. Summer evenings with live music here (if you want ear-splitting rock, this is not for you) are a part of the quintessential St. Louis vibe.
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I believe it is wheelchair accessible for the most part. There’s a tram that gives the tour don’t think that’s accessible. But at the entryway there’s an elevator to come up to the first floor and lots of ramps throughout... More
I believe it is wheelchair accessible for the most part. There’s a tram that gives the tour don’t think that’s accessible. But at the entryway there’s an elevator to come up to the first floor and lots of ramps throughout the garden. Yes I would certainly check if it’s reciprocal membership. They often are you’re smart to do that￼