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Fort Lauderdale: Flamingo Gardens Entry Ticket18 Reviews
Visit Flamingo Gardens, a 60-acre, not-for-profit botanical garden with a collection of over 3,000 species that doubles up as an Everglades wildlife sanctuary for injured and endangered animals that need rehab or a permanent home.
- Experience 3 different ecosystems on a 30-minute narrated tram tour
- See native Florida wildlife, such as wetland birds, river otters, and a black bear
- Enjoy a wildlife encounter show and meet some of the native animal ambassadors
- Explore and discover the many gardens and exhibits in the Arboretum and Birds of Prey Center
- Take a step back in time at the Wray Home Museum
DescriptionExperience a taste of tropical Florida as soon as you enter Flamingo Gardens with a jungle of tropical trees, plants, and over 1,000 orchids. Enjoy a wildlife encounter show presented three times a day, watch playful river otters, and meet some of the animals protected by the sanctuary, such as Josh, a native black bear. Take a narrated 30-minute tram tour through the back 50 acres and experience three different ecosystems, as well as the largest cycad collection in the United States. Stay on the tram the entire time or disembark to discover the Wetlands, the Cycad Garden, the Native Plant Walkway, the Wildflower Garden or the Mango Grove. Visit the Birds of Prey Center, and walk through a half-acre aviary with over 250 wetland birds native to Florida. Step into the past in the historic Wray Home Museum, built in 1933, and stop in the gallery for different shows and exhibits. Tour guides are always present to help you get a taste of old Florida history. In the summer of 2020 — from June 6 until September 13, 2020 — see the award-winning “Nature Connects” exhibit created with over 1.6 million LEGO pieces. The summer of 2021 will host David Rogers' Big Bugs exhibit, a must-see for lovers or art and nature.
IncludesEntrance fee Access to all exhibits, gardens, and attractions the park has to offer Food and drinks (available to purchase) Transportation
- Flamingo Gardens is open rain or shine, except in the event of a hurricane
- After a storm, check with Flamingo Gardens about when they will reopen
- The park closes at 5 PM
- Last admission is at 4 PM
- The park is closed on Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday of November) and Christmas Day
- Entry is via the Flamingo Gardens Gift Shop
- No charge for parking
- No valet service
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
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