Founded in 1976, this 15-acre (six-hectare) expanse of natural wonder is adjacent to Piedmont Park. A hardwood forest ... More
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Founded in 1976, this 15-acre (six-hectare) expanse of natural wonder is adjacent to Piedmont Park. A hardwood forest intertwined with walking trails surrounds the Fuqua Conservatory, which houses a Japanese garden, rock garden, and displays of flora from all over the globe. In addition to the Southeast's most comprehensive showing of indigenous plants, the conservatory maintains an amazing collection of carnivorous specimens and roses. Moonlight garden walks and seasonal shows are also sponsored.
Loved the atmosphere and beauty of this place. Between the gardens and to tropical feel of the indoors, this was a terrific place. My wife and I love visiting here and try to make it at least once a year.
In addition to the two major attractions at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens--the Orchids and the greenhouse--they feature different artists, local and international throughout the garden. Very interesting and beautiful pieces and it makes walking through an otherwise large "park" exciting and focused.
This gardens are in the middle of the elegant city of Atlanta. Great view, exotic flowers and the perfect location for a great date.
the kids place is a real self lerning experience for them.
I really think this is one of the most beautiful places in the city.
You going to love it!
I like its location next to Piedmont Park. When you're done at the Gardens you can take a walk to the Tavern for some good beer. The Gardens are beautiful, albeit a little small compared to some other Botanical Gardens I've been to.
If you like plants, the botanical gardens is the place for you. There are exotic plants of all kinds, and many pretty flowers, no matter the season of the year. If you have a green thumb, you might be able to pick up some pointers on growing something new!
I loved how everywhere you turned you saw one beautiful thing after another. Its a great place to bring friends family, and dates. Very relaxing. Great cafe on site as well. Well worth the $7 admission.
We all went on a field trip with my child and her school, the kids really enjoyed and most of adults did to our favorite was the butterfly dome.they also have a beautiful park and we would love to go again sometime.
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