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I was surprised by the size. There’s a greenhouse where you enter as well as two large gardens. My suggestion is plan to spend at least half a day there. It was larger than I expected and we did a bit of walking, but it...More
Highly recommend a visit here! Not only is it great to just stroll through it but it is so beautiful for pictures! Highly recommend as a backdrop to family, couple, wedding, engagement etc photos!! There are some great views and lighting around 10am! It is...More
Visited the Botanical Gardens on a very warm July day. Parking is available across the street - you need to sign in to get a parking pass. The greenhouses were the best especially on a hot day. Many very interesting plants and flowers that you...More
The botanical gardens is on the campus. We parked and walked to the greenhouse which had some very interesting plants. We walked out to the gardens and the only path we found was down a steep, gravel driveway/pathway. Since we did not want to slip...More
This was a very interesting place to visit. In addition to the green houses which have some very exotic plants, including the corpse flower about to bloom for the first time after 12 years and several carnivorous species!!! When done with the inside area, there...More
NOTE: Several reviewers call this place small - they must not have walked through the outside gardens! In addition to the indoor greenhouses, there are two enormous outdoor gardens - it's practically a park. Amazing for free admission and free parking.
The greenhouses are pretty...More
This is a plant haven
The world famous corpse plant is here
Easy short walk and indoors with all kinds of fun plants
No charge but donations welcome
Free parking & Handicap parking lot as well.
Great for all ages including elderly.