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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 ...
This peaceful oasis includes 30 acres of gardens, an urban forest, wildflower trails, the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory and a 10,000 square-foot Fuqua Orchid Center.
Take a stroll through the Fuqua Conservatory, an organic biosphere at the nearby Atlanta Botanical Garden, and enjoy the various collections of tropical palms and conifers.
Don't miss the Dinosaur Garden, Soggy Bog and the Singing Stone at Rocky Pointe
go to "cocktails in the garden" every thursday night thru september. grab a cocktail, relax and enjoy the view in and around the garden.
not good especiallyy when you r allergic to everything outdoors known to man esp pollen grass mold epipen anyone and ambulance? just for further info but lovedd the beauty here.
If you visit Atlanta, the Atlanta Botanical Garden should be considered. You can find some exotic plants, during sprint blossom.
The lights are brighter and the characters more plentiful every year at Garden Lights, Holiday Nights.
The Fuqua Conservatory was my favorite part.
Enjoy one of the garden's most unique features, The Fuqua Orchid Center, which includes a High Elevation Orchid House and a Tropical Orchid House.
Tickets for the 2011 Concerts in the Garden series will be sold through TicketAlternative.com
Orchid display currently
Henry Moore Show.
Go see the new sculptures, they don't disappoint. Wheelchairs are free if you're going with your parents.
Visit during the holidays to see the magnificent Holiday of Lights exhibit!
This is a somewhat pricey but incredibly well done botanical garden. In December, it is all lit up with Christmas lights, which is a romantic spectacle.
Check out their new holiday lights show! Absolutely Beautiful! Try to go during the week. Getting busier on weekends and the closer we are to Christmas! Check out our website for the full review.
Advance tickets for all "Concerts in the Garden" shows are available from TicketAlternative.com
Explore Atlanta Botanical Garden’s blooming buds, 40-foot-high Canopy Walk and award-winning children’s garden.
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.
With more than 30 acres of gardens, forest, wildflower trails and the 10,000-square-foot Fuqua Orchid Center, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is one of Atlanta's most beautiful attractions.
Lights at Christmas are amazing
Cocktails in the Garden was fun with music and moonlight.
Check out the lights this holiday season. It's a crowd pleaser!
MetroFresh in the Garden is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a snack or meal made from the freshest ingredients. You can even order ahead for concerts in the garden.
Orchid Daze is here! Come experience dramatic hanging gardens and fragrant beauty.
At Atlanta Botanical Garden the orchid collection is divine, the edible garden intriguing, but for a taste of the high life stroll the 40ft-high canopy walk through the treetops.
King of Pops is here as a civy.
Pear Curry Salad at MetroFresh = amazing. Also, Blood Orange soda.
a favorite with tourists featuring concerts
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!
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.
To have this beautiful piece of paradise in the middle of the hustle and bustle, this is pretty amazing. Go see the water goddess, she is beautiful.
Gonna have to check this place out!!!
Explore the botanicals of Atlanta's urban oasis, followed by a taste of the city's booming craft beer movement with the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Sweetwater Brewery. 8/6 2:30-5:30 pm.
The Atlanta Botanical Gardens are reason enough to visit Atlanta. Simply amazing!
Sat the garden is only open until 7pm.
The garden has been hosting "Concerts in the Garden" for 10 years now.
Don't forget to wear your wig!
Please make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes, flip flops are a NO NO!
Fun thanks Eric for going with me...
Great fun loved how they made animal with plants. Great cobra and butterflies!!!