The fighting stallions at the entrance are a dramatic prelude to what you will see as you meander through the gardens. There is a children's garden, smaller and less formal than others but fun and frolicsome. There is also an area where animals of the sort are kept that are exemplary of what might have been found in the plantation days. Also a delightful otter exhibit, and some exhibits with eagles, hawks, owls and such that were too badly injured to be rehabbed to the wild. Sad, but educational examples of why it is important to respect and understand these creatures.