The Flamingo Gardens are one of the coolest and most memorable experience you can have in south Florida with over 60 acres of lush botanical gardens, wildlife sanctuaries and even a museum for you to explore.
The Flamingo Gardens have become known for their beautiful flamingos but the gardens are home to much more than just the tropical pink birds. Here you will walk among beautiful arboretums with exotic and native trees, hummingbird and butterfly gardens, a tropical rainforest garden and wetlands just to name a few. The wildlife sanctuary is a safe haven for a number of animals being rehabilitated back into their natural habitat, such as hawks, foxes, reptiles and more. There are always events being put on at the Flamingo Gardens for guests who would like to learn more about these incredible species.
After you have strolled through the tropical gardens and seen all of the beautiful animals you may want to pass through the Wray House Museum. “Built in 1933, the original weekend residence of Floyd and Jane Wray has since been restored to provide visitors to Flamingo Gardens a glimpse of life in South Florida in the 1930s.” The Wray Home Museum is free with admission to Flamingo Gardens