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Botanical Gardens at Asheville

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Botanical Gardens at Asheville

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151 Wt Weaver Blvd, Asheville, NC 28804-3414
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Mike C wrote a review Oct 2020
Great Falls, Virginia113 contributions30 helpful votes
The walk was enjoyable but even more so was the light filtering through the canopy to create an ethereal ambiance.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Beaufort P wrote a review Sep 2020
Beaufort, South Carolina27 contributions2 helpful votes
Very nice botanical garden. Beautiful. Loved all the signage. Wish the bridge had been replaced so it could be a more complete path.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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William S wrote a review Aug 2020
Kobe, Japan985 contributions192 helpful votes
The gardens have been a feature here for decades. They are well-maintained with the help of staff and volunteers. Check the board for activities and pay attention to the map. Some paths dead-end and others lead to the campus dormitories rather than back to the visitor center. Unfortunately, due to COVID both the visitor center and the toilets are closed - the latter is a disservice to visitors. Also, it is now closed on weekends. The paths are well-maintained and those who are families with botany will enjoy the variety of plants. Overall, its a nice change from the "city". Oh, wear shoes you can remove so that you can step into the creek running through the gardens. There's a nice walking path outside the gardens as well.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Dave B wrote a review Aug 2020
Charleston, South Carolina52 contributions10 helpful votes
Such a lovely space to walk around and view all the flora and fauna. Such a treasure tucked away from the busy city.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MustardSeedMountain wrote a review Aug 2020
Baltimore, Maryland15 contributions2 helpful votes
This was a beautiful garden to visit--especially for my husband, who loves gardening. There were lots of native plants, it was free (with donations welcome!), and there were many paths to take. There were other people there, but we still felt pretty secluded as we walked around. Thanks to all the gardeners who have made such a peaceful, lovely space!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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