Florida Botanical Gardens - "Our Urban Oasis"
The Florida Botanical Gardens inspires and educates visitors by showcasing flora, fauna, and natural resources in motivational surroundings that promote environmentally friendly techniques.
Bring the family and spend the day. The Gardens are open almost every day of the year and admission is free!
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Discover Our Gardens
30 acres of
cultivated gardens more
Yearly events sponsored by our partners. more
Learn about plants, animals, and gardening. more
Discover Florida's wildlife and learn about habitats. more
Private Events / Weddings
Perfect venues for making wonderful memories. more
Guided hikes, birding and photography tours. more
Important to the health of our watersheds. more
Featuring rare scrub and sandhill ecosystems. more
Art in the Garden - Gift Shop - Plant Help - Visitor Info/Garden Map
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Support the Gardens - Help insure the beauty of our gardens. Donations are used to help maintain the gardens, provide new and replacement plantings to keep the gardens in bloom year-round, and help cover the cost of repairs and new expansion projects.
- Through April and May, several sections of the gardens will be included in a painting project. During this time, portions of the gardens might be closed to the public to ensure a safe situation for our visitors. We apologize for any inconvenience that this causes and we hope you will return soon.
Special Programs, Classes, and Events
Pumpkin Fest 2017
1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 29, 2017
Held at The Gardens' McKay Creek Plaza
The Florida Botanical Gardens will offer a new treat for families this year - a Pumpkin decorating party to get into the spirit of Halloween. The Gardens presents the first Pumpkin Fest on Sunday, Oct. 29 from 1 – 4 p.m. The event will be held at The Gardens’ McKay Creek Plaza. Attendees can bring their own pumpkins or purchase one at the event for $5. Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation members will get receive their first pumpkin free. Register here.
For additional information, please call (727) 582-2117.
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