Florida Botanical Gardens
12520 Ulmerton Road
Largo, FL 33774
Free Admission! -
- Garden Hours:
Open daily from 7 a.m. - sunset
Daily closing time is posted at the entrance to the garden.
- Gift Shop Hours:
Open Monday - Friday - Hours can vary call (727) 582-2205 for hours.
Find us using the map below..
From Tampa and locations in North or Eastern Florida.
The Florida Botanical Gardens is located approximately 20 miles west of Tampa. Take (I-75) or (I-4) to southbound I-275 from Tampa over the Howard Frankland Bridge west to the Ulmerton Road (SR 688) exit. Continue on Ulmerton Road and travel approximately 15 miles west. Go through the intersection with Ridge Road, the Garden will be on your left, just past Animal Services / Emergency Services.
From Northern Pinellas / Pasco Counties
Follow US 19 or equivalent south to Ulmerton Road. Travel west on Ulmerton Road toward the beaches. The gardens are approximately 6 miles west of US 19. Go through the intersection with Ridge Road, the Garden will be on your left, just past Animal Services / Emergency Services.
From the South - Bradenton/Sarasota
The Florida Botanical Gardens is located approximately 35 miles north of Bradenton. Take I-75 North to I-275 North across the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Travel north on I-275 to Roosevelt Blvd., Exit 30. Continue on Roosevelt Blvd. north to Ulmerton Road (SR 688) and travel west on Ulmerton Road approximately 13 miles. Go through the intersection with Ridge Road, the Garden will be on your left, just past Animal Services / Emergency Services.
From the West - Indian Rocks Beach
The Florida Botanical Garden is located approximately 2.5 miles east of Indian Rocks Beach. Travel east on Walsingham Road. Follow the Florida Botanical Gardens signs.
Access from the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail
The Trail is located approximately 1 mile east of the Florida Botanical Gardens. Travel along the trail to Walsingham Road and then ride west to the Walsingham Road Entrance approximately 1 mile. Bicycle racks are available throughout the site and we ask that you park your bikes or walk them when on traveling on our internal walkways as a courtesy to our walking guests.
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