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I walked here a few times while on vacation with my family of adult children. Nice to get away and enjoy some quiet time. Lots of comfortable benches, peaceful paths.
Also a children’s garden area, great little gift shop and lots of room for kids...More
Surprise for us that this existed and happy that the Fords were major force in creating it. Creative idea-free admission too but sadly i don’t think September is a prime time to go.
Something nice to do in vail if there isn’t snow.
Interesting place to see plants and flowers that are great growers in this high altitude. Some unusual ones too. Lots of water features and a new stick sculpture too. If you have kids there is a very nice play area plus discovery type building with...More
This is a welcome respite from the hiking trails we often find in mountain towns. Perfect for the very young (and senior citizens like us), there were no difficult hills to climb or rocks to maneuver around! The gardens itself is stunning with wildflowers artfully...More
We make it a point to visit the Gardens every year. This is the first time there were hardly any flowers blooming. This may have been due to the time of season, cooler nights already or maybe not as much rain this year don't know....More
I agree with those who answered one hour. We did not visit with kids, but we spent about an hour in the park. I did not read every word of the interesting signs, but read enough to get the gist of them. The gift shop is... More
I agree with those who answered one hour. We did not visit with kids, but we spent about an hour in the park. I did not read every word of the interesting signs, but read enough to get the gist of them. The gift shop is wonderful and deserves a few minutes of browsing.(maybe without the kids).