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You get a real diverse feeling of garden styles from European inspired designs, to very authentic Japanese style gardens. It’s a good as it gets. One of the most beautiful Japanese gardens outside Japan.
The gardens/reserve are amazing, It is a 2 mile stroll though changing natural beauty.
What a tranquil and inspiring place to spend 2 to 3 hours, the way they have blended dying trees with new, the ponds are stunning, do not forget to walk through...More
Ranks up there w other world class gardens in America (Fairchild, Winterthur, Longwood)! Especially serene, peaceful, loved the NW flavor of this garden. Beautifully placed curvaceous paths w pond, streams, flowers, Moss garden, terrific Japanese garden. So, so lovely. Poetry on natural wood plaques a...More
A beautiful and relaxing stroll through indigenous as well as specially designed garden attractions. An abundance of nature-inspired poetry to accompany and enjoy on your stroll. An array of colors as spring flowers greeted the change in seasons. There are several invitations to sit and...More
Always good, nature doesn’t get any better here in the US. The founders transformed natural forest to harmonize the environment with beautiful gardens and landscapes.
The moss garden glowed.
Enjoy the poetry in the garden.
Bloedel Reserve is such a beautiful, peaceful place with thousands of species of trees, shrubbery and plants native to the Northwest. The fountains and ponds are very "zen" and offer places to meditate and relax. I go there whenever I need to recharge my batteries....More
Love to walk in this magnificent landscape-,wonderful paths, amazing trees and views. It’s a little far from downtown ( about 25 minutes) but worth it if you really enjoy botanical gardens. Small gift shop, parking, paths and I recommend a printed map at gift shop....More
Response from Victoria B | Reviewed this property |
It's a bit mysterious. On the website, the Reserve is definitely listed as open on Labor Day, although that is a Monday and they are normally closed Mondays. Also summer hours are given for May 26 – Sept 2, while Regular... More
It's a bit mysterious. On the website, the Reserve is definitely listed as open on Labor Day, although that is a Monday and they are normally closed Mondays. Also summer hours are given for May 26 – Sept 2, while Regular (off-season) hours begin Sept 4. which makes it sound as if it's closed on Labor Day, Sept 3.
My suggestion would be to call them at: (206) 842-7631 to find out what's really true.