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Naples Botanical Gardens Naples

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Naples Botanical Gardens
4820 Bayshore Drive
Naples
FL
34112
Tel: 239 643 7275

Directions

From US 41 east, take Bayshore Drive south. Travel 1.5 miles to stop sign at Thomasson Drive. Keep straight, staying on Bayshore and enter Garden on the right.

Where are we going today?

Naples Botanical Gardens offers escape for the day into a wild paradise the whole family will enjoy exploring.

Thoughtfully created and sympathetically restored environments host botanical samples from all over the world, also showcasing water features and inspiring landscaping, little discoveries to be made, plus special events, traveling exhibitions and performances.

There is a specific children's garden where they may get a little more hands on with the sensory plants, which also includes a butterfy house and treehouse.

4 differing summer camps are held for 5 to 12 year old during the school holidays too.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$12.95
  • Children$7.95
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

9am to 5pm (8am to 5pm on Tuesdays).

I'm Hungry!

Light fare and beverages, including beer and wine, are available for purchase in the Garden (November to April). No outside products permitted..

Need a little extra help?

ADA accessible paths through all cultivated gardens, paved paths to birding tower. Scooter rentals are available on a first come first serve basis for $12 day..

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    “I don’t feel like I’m in Naples anymore.” With wide paths, a handful of themed areas, large landscapes, and nice use of water … this place is huge! Windy paths and green borders also help to further shield the true size of the place and make you feel transported. While not every area was breathtaking, there are definitely some wedding-prom-jumpshot-photo inducing spots. Most areas have beautifully manipulated nature and presented them in a manicured way. With long, walk-through arches, waterfall hub, zen garden, statues—it seems a little...Read More

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    While not as big as Fairchild Garden in Miami, it is worth seeing and enjoying. I spent three house at the Botanical Garden and enjoyed every bit of it. I would go back again.

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    Had our wedding here, the place was gorgeous and the staff was amazing. Together they made our day perfect!

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    Well thought out landscaping, great variety of plants themed in different regional styles (eg oriental, carribean) plus a kids area which got major thumbs up from our 2 yr old and a butterfly enclosure. On top of that they provide water stations throughout. All said we had a great time.

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by Pyra-Danny V

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“I don’t feel like I’m in Naples anymore.” With wide paths, a handful of themed areas, large landscapes, and nice use of water … this place is huge! Windy paths and green borders also help to further shield the true size of the place and make you feel transported. While not every area was breathtaking, there are definitely some wedding-prom-jumpshot-photo inducing spots. Most areas have beautifully manipulated nature and presented them in a manicured way. With long, walk-through arches, waterfall hub, zen garden, statues—it seems a little bit of everything you see in a stereotypical themed garden is placed here. Although each plant is nicely labeled, there’s still more explanation that can be done on behalf of the landscapes. This is still a very pretty place to keep ALL ages interested. And due to the size, come prepared with water. There’s not many little shops (if any) midway through this vast garden to provide thirsty and hungry travelers with sustenance or a shaded rest.

by Lynda Schwemmer

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This is one of my favorite activities in Naples. It is a beautiful expanse of interesting tropical and semi tropical plants arranged artfully around different themes with charming little structures like a small carribean style house, an oriental tea house, a Mayan temple, a wonderful tree house and playground and many beautiful water features. There are many meandering paths and inviting places to rest in the shade. It is such a peaceful, beautiful setting. If you like life in the slow lane in a lovely setting, don't miss these lovely gardens.

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