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The Atlanta Botanical Garden boasts unsurpassed beauty in the heart of Midtown. Exciting features include the soaring Canopy Walk, Edible Garden, and Cascades Garden. Escape in the Fuqua Orchid Center, catch a chef demo in the Outdoor Kitchen, play in the Children's Garden and more!
A great place to take out-of-towners
Abundant spring flowers
A great value for singles, as well as families. Good parking. Walkable. Beautiful. Enough horticultural depth for those who just look, the academic scientists, and the designers.
Beautiful and a nice way to escape the cold in their green house filled with orchids!
We went for a light night and it was great!
Gorgeous gardens right in the heart of Atlanta, parallel to Piedmont Park. There are places to eat within the gardens, and great shows. See the Christmas Garden Lights!
I purchased some Garden of Lights tickets to see tonight but the weather is so bad. Staff was nice enough to refund my money back to me, due to to the weather. Will be back next year.
absolutely wonderful, check out the greenhouse!! the frogs and other critters there are great
The Holidaylights were as good as always
Christmas lights was well worth the visit. Beautiful.
Beautiful gardens and the pricing isn't bad. You can walk the entire thing in under 2 hours. Not much for children
Everything...absolutely gorgeous!!! Great for a date night 💜💚
All the Botanical Garden and the Light expo
On the 7th row to see Colby caillat! Great venue but you have to get here by 5:30 to get the best seats.
Check ahead. There's always something new. Concerts there are better than Chastain - more relaxed and personal.
Go and see the Bruce Monroe light installation. It is beyond words.
Best place in town for a date! And make sure to go to "The Cafe at Linton's" for dinner, locally farmed, fresh & delicious food!!! So romantic outside at the fountain :*)
Love coming here for any special event! Great date spot!
Make time to go see Bruce Munro's installations!
Check out their programs. Went to a cooking demo in the herb garden and made terrariums as part of their family program.
The light show during the holidays is a must. Grab a drink at one of the bars along the way and take in the magic.
Highly recommend the current night light show. Open to 11pm; go for dark around 9p; get some wine (credit accepted) and walk around!
Nature at its best
Not a lot in bloom right now but still calm and relaxing.
Awesome "Taste of Spring" with Charlotte Andrist
Take your time to enjoy all of it!
A peaceful retreat in the bustling city
There is a lot of ground to cover but be prepared to drop $20 a person. In the off season the only thing to really see are the indoor orchid and tropical exhibits.
Awesome garden, had very unique experience here!
Holiday lights. Canopy Room. So pretty~
A must-do while in town!
A little pricey, but gorgeous. Be sure to check out the holiday lights - they are spectacular. Grab an adult hot chocolate and make s'mores. Very wheelchair accessible.
Come for the Christmas lights in November and December. Smore's, drinks, and beautiful lights make for a good time
Nice night lights expo. Friendly staff.
Check out their outside bar, including a DJ and fireplace. It's next to the edible garden.
Orchid gardens are spectacular!
Make sure to check out the frog exhibits!
Explore Atlanta Botanical Garden’s blooming buds, 40-foot-high Canopy Walk and award-winning children’s garden.
Not sure how they get away with charging $20.47 (with tax) on the off season. There were so many signs saying come May. It was still pretty but probably not worth the cost - at least in March!
Spring is the perfect season to visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden and experience its beautiful plant collection, as well as the canopy walk, edible garden and cascades garden.
This place sucked. They only let us see half the park. It was a huge waste of $$. Seeing the lights in my neighborhood would have been more fun. Leaving the parking deck was dangerous.
Holiday Nights in the Garden
Garden of Lights Holiday Nights
When attending the after hours events in the garden it is smart to bring a flash light as the paths are not well lit. Recently attended the pumpkin carving event and was shocked by the safety issues.