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Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

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  • K12 Inc
    "native plants and animals of the wetlands"(2 Tips)
    Antonello L.
    "Virginia native plants"(2 Tips)
    June R.
    "beautiful botanical garden"(3 Tips)
    Mary W.
    "meadowlark gardens from the w&od trail"(2 Tips)
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  • Scotty F.
    Scotty FlowstateApril 26, 2015
    A lovely place to take the spouse and kids. Parents, you won't have to worry about entertaining the kids. This place have a children's garden, a pond with koi and turtles, and a number of sculptures.
  • Maggie M.
    Maggie MacGJune 19, 2016
    Looks amazing. Took a free yoga flow class for the summer solstice here today. The garden offered free admission after the class but I couldn't stay. Hope to be back soon to enjoy all the splendor.
  • Visit Fairfax
    Visit FairfaxSeptember 20, 2012
    Don't miss the Korean Bell Garden nestled in Meadowlark's sprawling park. This is the only public Korean Bell Pavilion in the entire Western Hemisphere & uses both Korean & Virginian art on its face.
  • mary。
    mary。September 16, 2012
    This i a great botanical garden. Very relaxed and very beautiful. There are a lot of weddings in the atrium and gazebo. It also has a pond here too. Bring a camera and go during the spring/summer.
  • Brette C.
    Brette C. 😎🎶January 10, 2013
    Winter Walk of Lights is a MUST SEE during the holiday season. You HAVE TO get the 3D type glasses, the viewing experience is not the same without them.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonMay 23, 2016
    The Meadowlark Botanical Gardens contains over 95 acres of gardens. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture all the different flowers.
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncJune 24, 2011
    Did you know? Several gardens here highlight the diversity of Virginia’s native flora, from the native plants and animals of the wetlands, to the state's many native trees.
  • Betsy B.
    Betsy BaxterMay 26, 2014
    Gorgeous place to have a wedding especially in the spring, summer and fall months. Great food and excellent staff.
  • Antonello L.
    Antonello LoddoApril 29, 2016
    Nice gardens in DC suburbs, with lots of Virginia native plants and cherry blossoms if you don't want the crowds
  • Jared C.
    Jared CampbellJuly 4, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    One of the area's hidden gems. Well worth a membership if you live in the area.
  • Mohit G.
    Mohit GuptaJanuary 6, 2016
    Excellent place for hiking and travelling. Come during Christmas time to see the lights !!!
  • Deborah
    DeborahJune 14, 2014
    If you have a membership to another botanical gardens, let them know when purchasing a ticket and you might be able to get in for free.
  • June R.
    June RodgersApril 14, 2016
    Beautiful way to connect with nature at this beautiful botanical garden, complete with Gazebo,Korean Bell and pond. Very Zen!
  • Dmitri M.
    Dmitri MehlhornDecember 2, 2015
    Beautiful setting all seasons. Plenty of room for kids to run around. No dogs.
  • Rasit O.
    Rasit OzdasFebruary 18, 2015
    This place is quite good also in winter. I am looking forward for a spring visit.
  • Asia G.
    Asia GoonJuly 6, 2013
    Kids under 7 admit free. Everyone else 5$ for all day pass.
  • Mary K.
    Mary KirkpatrickApril 6, 2016
    Gorgeous anytime of year, have to ring the bell in the Korean garden.
  • Rolando R.
    Rolando RayApril 13, 2014
    It was very nice. But the 'perimeter' trail only goes halfway around. What's up with that?
  • Barb
    BarbJuly 19, 2010
    Buy a bag of fish food for $1 at the front desk when you buy your admission - you'll attract a lot of attention at the gazebo in the big pond!
  • Mary W.
    Mary W.May 16, 2016
    there's a connector path that will allow you to access meadowlark gardens from the w&od trail
  • Scott V.
    Scott VeirsMay 30, 2011
    Saw my fist red winged black bird here and his mate. Also the Korean Bell is amazing!
  • Julia L.
    Julia Lord NickleApril 21, 2017
    Pretty; check out the Korean bell garden!
  • Mick S.
    Mick SutterSeptember 19, 2010
    Even on gorgeous days like this this place is never crowded. Really beautiful here.
  • Jessica Z.
    Jessica ZupkoDecember 30, 2015
  • Hussein M.
    Hussein MusaadJune 15, 2013
    Weekend Trip
  • Talal
    TalalAugust 13, 2013
  • Krista M.
    Krista MarieNovember 28, 2014
    This place is a Winter Wonderland!
  • Sam C.
    Sam CostaJuly 8, 2016
    a beautiful wedding and reception!
  • Mark F.
    Mark FidelmanAugust 13, 2011
    If you want smoggy air, asphalt, and steel towers, then this isn't the place for you.
  • Nick M.
    Nick MontaltoDecember 30, 2015
    Beautiful lights during the holidays!
  • Andrew A.
    Andrew A.May 28, 2011
    Watch out for geese poop! It litters the sidewalks. :-)
  • Jacob D.
    Jacob DavisDecember 29, 2010
    Gorgeous gardens that are perfect for a long walk
  • Natalie B.
    Natalie BareJune 9, 2013
    Watch out for the aggressive geese...creepy!!
  • Julia H.
    Julia HaskinsMarch 18, 2010
    Cost to get in is now $5
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