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Memphis Botanic Garden

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Memphis Botanic Garden

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750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117-4699
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Linda N wrote a review Oct 11
Bolingbrook, Illinois413 contributions49 helpful votes
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Nice place to walk around and see nature. The fish at the Japanese gardens are crazy. The lay out is pretty easy to follow.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bob-WorldTraveler wrote a review Aug 2020
Norfolk, Virginia90 contributions37 helpful votes
The Memphis Botanic Garden is a scenic treat and a quiet place for walking. Parking is good and the staff is friendly. You can get a family membership for a reasonable price or just us the daily admission.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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GreenUnicorn wrote a review Nov 2019
New Jersey3,462 contributions447 helpful votes
I wasn't expecting the NY Botanical Gardens....I knew it was off season...we got buy one get one free admission through the Entertainment book...but we still overpaid. If this had been a free local park, that would have been ok. But $10 per person?? Yes it was a Saturday, but I have been in botanical museums on weekends, and maintenance is being done. Only work being done at these gardens today was on excavation of an area for a future addition to the site. The map isn't to scale, isn't representative of the gardens...My husband the engineer was attempting to use the map. In the end, although I got some Instagramable shots, I just wanted to get the heck out of the place ASAP. I have had two knee replacements and I am back to hiking more than just fine, but some of the leaf covered rocky pathways to random structures were potential ankle breakers. I did not feel safe walking them...and then there was the koi pond with the cloudy water... Had I known the real deal, we would have gone elsewhere. Not recommended. Macadam is broken, leaves cover paths, maintenance isn't happening.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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alexisrachelletx wrote a review Nov 2019
Nashville, Tennessee1,726 contributions270 helpful votes
I visited the Memphis Botanic Garden this past weekend with my family. It was a pretty fall day, and I did enjoy my visit, but I didn't feel that the garden was as nice as others I've been to in other cities (a lot of fields of grass, fewer manicured garden areas). I enjoyed the Asian Garden and the Japanese Garden most. And the fall colors around the majority of the other garden areas were pretty. We did get off the path several times and end up in areas that seemed like we weren't supposed to be there (like maybe construction is happening at the garden and we walked through it?). I think the Garden is better for families with children, because they have a large area for children to explore with fun things to climb up and slide off, etc. But for the price ($10 for adults), I wasn't terribly impressed by our visit.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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John O wrote a review Oct 2019
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The walking trails were nice for getting some exercise, and some of the plant exhibits definitely made me stop and look. I enjoyed seeing some of the palm trees that could apparently survive a mid-South winter!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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