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Step into a world of magic and serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where features like the Fuqua Orchid Center treat visitors to a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grown in the southeast. General Admission: $21.95...more
The Botanical Garden is absolutely breathtaking!!! I loved every exhibit!!! It took about 3 hours to see everything. Make sure to dress comfortably and bring a bottle of water. Plenty of restrooms and water fountains along the way.
I have enjoyed the garden so much we got a family membership. The changes through the year make it worth visiting more than once. The Fuqua Orchid center alone is worth the admission price. Have seen Chihuly nights, Night of Lights during the holidays and...More
Look for the attractions like the garden lights at the end of the year, the concerts on the lawn, and the expositions. The green house is an experience on itself. They also offer classes and workshops for members.
We went at 9 AM on a Sunday in Sept. in hopes of enjoying a peaceful morning as a member in my party suffers PTSD. We made sure there were no events planned and even called to inquire regarding the tranquility in the gardens. When...More
I hadn’t realized how much there was to see in the Atlanta Botanical Garden, and now I wish I had more time to dedicate to the park. There was a great array of exhibits to see ranging from desert, tropical, and temperate environments. There was...More
Wonderful place to visit and enjoy a leisure day. Christmas lights are wonderful, so are special occasions and sculptures. You cannot go wrong visiting the Atlanta Botanical Garden!!! A must see for visitors and locals.
Arriving late afternoon was the plan, with a walk through the trees on the raised walkway before heading towards the orchid house. Picture taking. Dinner was great at the Longleaf, followed by watching some performing characters. Pictue taking. The evening ended with more strolling through...More
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If you are in Atlanta in January or February, Do stop by the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. The large Green Houses remain open year round and you will always find different orchid species bloom every month of the year. This... More
If you are in Atlanta in January or February, Do stop by the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. The large Green Houses remain open year round and you will always find different orchid species bloom every month of the year. This could be your few minutes in the Tropics. Go Fantasize.