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All reviews tropical plants koi fish butterfly garden water features snapping turtle sink hole old florida plant life children's museum nice stroll flora and fauna couple of hours nice gift shop st pete on display downtown st flamingos
My fiancé and I came here to play tourist for the day and it was beautiful. We used Groupon to get a cheaper rate, so definitely check that out!
The place is beautiful, to say the least. There's a lot of places to sit and...More
You really must see. Truly like "a blast from the past" in theme park mode. Something soooo inexpensive, yet so pretty. If you love plants & flowers, you'll love this place! It doesn't hurt there is a Carrabas next door. So take in the gorgeous...More
The Sunken Gardens are a wonderful place for families. Lots of different types of vegetation from large palms and bamboo stands to smaller flowering plants. Many plants are labelled but they need to work on finishing the task. Several areas are works in progress but...More
This is one of the places I've been that will give me memories that I will enjoy for the rest of my life. I can't begin to describe the beauty to be found here. It is everything their advertising says it is and more, because...More
I love this place! Hundreds of varieties of plants,trees and flowers. Best to go in winter when it's not as hot. Beautiful paths to follow. Lots of shade. Small fountains. Flamingos are gorgeous but on a hot day the smell is, um, not good! Overall...More
This is a delightful getaway and I am sure it is a cool retreat during the heat of summer! We were there in January on a cool day which was perfect for all the walking. We had a wonderful docent who was extremely knowledgeable. I...More
I come from the frozen north where crotons, bamboo and palms and such do not exist, so I did find it interesting to see these tropical plants in what was like a jungle. However, the same plants seemed to be throughout the gardens randomly placed...More