Strutting Among Flamingos at the Flamingo Gardens

March 28, 2022 | Uncategorized
Strutting Among Flamingos at the Flamingo Gardens

Strutting Among Flamingos at the Flamingo Gardens

Ever wanted to explore a botanical garden and a wildlife sanctuary at one location with the whole family? Look no further than Flamingo Gardens in Fort Lauderdale!

Flamingo Gardens’ botanical gardens feature over 3,000 species of rare and exotic, tropical and subtropical, and native plants and trees. From their orchid collection to their seasonal butterfly and hummingbird garden, Flamingo Gardens showcases a variety of garden exhibits that appeal to anyone!

Alongside their botanical gardens, Flamingo Gardens has a wildlife sanctuary that is home to a wide array of native Florida animals. Among the animals are alligators, black bears, bobcats, otters, panthers, peacocks, turtles, tortoises, and of course flamingos!

For history buffs, visitors can explore the Wray Home museum built by founders Floyd L. and Jane Wray. The museum gives visitors a glimpse into life during the 1930s in South Florida. 

Tickets for visiting Flamingo Gardens can be bought online. Adults can purchase tickets for $21.95, while tickets for children ages 3 to 11 are $15.95. Children ages 2 and under are granted free admission. 

Parking is free for visitors. The Gardens are open daily from 9:30 am to 5 pm, with the last entry to the Gardens at 4 pm. 

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