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Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, the Carolinas’ Garden for All Seasons, provides guests a chance to reconnect with nature. Located within 380 acres on the banks of Lake Wylie, spectacular gardens, sparkling fountains, a conservatory dedicated to the...more
All reviews orchid house water features holiday lights tropical plants gift shop christmas lights entire garden gardens are beautiful daniel stowe the chinese lantern festival early spring lots of water white garden carriage ride beautiful place to visit for sale well worth the trip
This is a wonderful place. A lot of flowers and a nice walk. Would recommend visiting early spring into summer when everything is in bloom. Visited during Orchid show, there were some very pretty ones.
The gardens were beautiful with numerous sculptures, water features and fountains. There are a multitude of pathways to get lost in, a tropical glasshouse and a butterfly enclosure. It is the sort of garden that you while away your time and totally relax. There is...More
Wedding and reception were held at the Botanical Garden in January so we were inside. Lovely setting, beautiful gift shop to browse in while waiting. The room where the ceremony took place faced into the gardens with lots of windows and light. The food stations...More
This was our first time to the gardens. We’d had heard wonderful things. I think our mistake was to go in the winter, in the dark, for the Christmas lights. Next time I would go in the spring to see the gardens in daylight. There...More
Although there were few blooms, the water features, trees and shrubs were lovely. The orchid house is fantastic: well laid out, clever displays, enchanting waterfall. We were there during the day but the holiday light decorations are a sellout.
The orchid pavilion made the trip worth it. The rest of the gardens were very drab this time of year. We went during the day the end of December. I wished we could have gone at night to see the Christmas lights. I could see...More
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We go to see the lights every year. They add more lights each season and are also changing out older lights with LEDs. In addition to lights there are a number of other attractions-- the fire pit in Lost Hollow is a... More
We go to see the lights every year. They add more lights each season and are also changing out older lights with LEDs. In addition to lights there are a number of other attractions-- the fire pit in Lost Hollow is a favorite. While the holiday lights are very well attended, I've never seen crowds for that as large as the Chinese Lantern crowds.