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    Very beautiful, quite, and surprisingly cool on a hot 80°+ day. Bring a camera, the kids, and lunch, there are picnic tables available to stop and have a bite. Naturally, there are a lot of small spiders hanging out, the webs are captivating and intimidating at the same time. There is a small collection of birds here as well, if they are in the mood, they’ll even talk to you!

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    Girlfriend and I went there on a day it was a 100 degrees but it still felt like only 80! Very beautiful landscape they do a great job here very nice place in St Pete that you would not expect. Well worth the money!!

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    Beautiful plants in the botanical garden, but their gift shop needs more items related to Sunken Gardens, rather than just random trinkets. Also the caged parrots are so smart and beautiful, they should be in some type of aviary rather than pet shop cages, no birds would have been better than 2 or 3 random parrot cages at the end of the walk.. would have given it 5 stars if not for these factors.

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    This place is absolutely beautiful! Well worth a visit and lots of extra activities for little kids.

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    Sunken Gardens is very beautiful, even in November when few plants were blooming. It is restful and inspiring – artists will love this space. However, I am very unhappy about the caged birds and flamingos. The two flamingos look ill and depressed and their space has unclean water for them to drink. The caged birds are awful – I understand these parrots were probably raised in captivity, but with all that space you could have given them huge spaces to live in – instead, they are sitting in 3×3 cages staring at wire. Please change this! It is cruel and is like visiting a bad zoo. If it weren’t for the birds, I would have rated the Gardens very highly.