With something for all ages & interests, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is a place to learn about plants, to marvel at nature, to relax in a beautiful setting, to take gardening classes, or to have a wedding or a business meeting.
Check in with our friendly staff at the visitor desk to get a free packet of our home-grown 'Fernleaf' dill seeds from the Children's Garden at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Happy Gardening!
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A historic property with 40 acres of spectacular gardens, Lewis Ginter is home to a classic domed Conservatory, the only one of its kind in the mid-Atlantic, housing more than 200 orchids.
Be sure to check for tree frogs in the rough horsetail (Equisetum hyemale) in the Children’s Garden.
Go to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and view the Conservatory from the tree house in the Children's Garden. Don't forget to look for tree frogs in the horsetail, and climb the 100-year-old mulberry tr
Festival of Lights during the holiday season is highly recommended and excellent for photos.
There is no wrong time of year for a visit! During Garden fest go to Espresso A Go Go for coffee treats in the back by the children's garden.
Hit the orchid room in the conservatory.
Many cool plants and very scenic. Love to take photos there.
Love the Christmas Display. Great items in the gift shop anytime of the year!
The membership is a great deal with reciprocity with lots of other gardens around the country.
Pre-game cause beer is $5 and if your pale vbring an umbrella; it's a scorcher.
The garden's 40 acres include one of the largest and most diverse perennial gardens on the East Coast and the only classical, domed conservatory open to the public in the mid-Atlantic region.
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Beautiful assortment of rare plants and flowers.
I wouldn't come just for the Water Play. Best suited for kids 4 and under. Smaller than Midlo Y water spouts.
The Christmas lights are absolutely beautiful!
The Grace Arents Garden, a victorian-style garden, was restored based on its original early-1900s design by the Garden Club of Virginia.
July 4th is traditionally a free day for families, but don't think you're getting near the water area in the kids' garden. Pay admission and have your own space another day.