A tropical forest at your disposal ... butterflies, birds, turtles, frogs, hummingbirds, native fragrant plants, tropical ... More
Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden
A tropical forest at your disposal ... butterflies, birds, turtles, frogs, hummingbirds, native fragrant plants, tropical spices and herbs, geckos, anoles and dragonflies are a common sight. This botanical garden shows visitors the importance of biodiversity. Suggested donations range from $2 to $4. Children under 12 accompanied by an adult can enter free.
The Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical garden is a wonderful planted collection and natural habitat for hundreds of migratory birds, rare flowering plants, and species known to only exist in the garden. It is a short distance from downtown, easy to find, and a welcomed change of pace. The peaceful butterfly garden is full of vibrant colors, benches to rest on, and more butterfly species than all of Great Britain. The Key West Botanical Garden also hosts its own annual events, educational events, and even private or catered events. It is a must see. They are expanding, so there may be some construction like activities ongoing, but your support (donation based admission) will certainly help them complete their expansion plans. Finally, I recommend timing your visit for a picnic!
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Artist John James Audubon, famed for his detailed drawings of birds and animals, once visited this handsome and historic two
story house that now bears his name. Audubon House, whose construction is typical of historic Key West, offers a ...