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Come experience the Wonder! Travel back in time to Old Florida with a visit to this historic cultural icon. Established in 1936, the Everglades Wonder Gardens has an extraordinarily rich history. Your journey begins inside our small natural history...more
All reviews old florida non profit gift shop roadside attraction feeding the alligators botanical gardens new owners small museum pink flamingos big joe trees and plants on display large collection for sale great for kids couple of hours florida wildlife
Highly recommended that you take an afternoon and visit the Everglades Wonder Gardens! You won't be disappointed. We visited at the end of November and a few of the reptiles were not on exhibit, but the crocodile and flamingo exhibits made up for that!
Awesome little zoo that allows you to get up close with many of the wildlife! Purchase food and feed the flamingos by hand and toss food to the alligators. Great displays well maintained by a dedicated staff. Leslie and Gary answered our many questions. Loved...More
We decided to visit the Everglades Wonder Gardens after reading reviews from other TripAdvisor visitors and we're glad we did. Our aim was to see Florida wildlife and the attraction of feeding them was partly why we decided to visit. The entrance fee was only...More
My first visit to Everglades Wonder Gardens today. Absolutely excellent. The staff was super nice and the animals were awesome. I was so excited to feed the Flamingos. I loved it so much, I got the membership. Which also admits one to many other attractions....More
We were looking for something interesting to do away from the beach and found an advertisement and coupons in one of the visitor guides for this. Having the opportunity to handfeed flamingos is what drew us to visit, as well as one of our family...More
Went on a very hot day off season and although we felt the heat, it was nice to have the place practically to ourselves.
We enjoyed seeing all the animals and feeding the alligators, turtles, fish and birds (buy extra alligator food as there are...More
Nested along Old 42 in Bonita Springs this hidden gem is a welcome respite from shopping and beach activities.
Loaded with local birds, reptiles, and artifacts it will keep the kids busy for a couple of hours. The owners have tried hard to preserve the...More
This is a reminder of what Florida originally was. Its nice they have preserved this place for people to see. It's a small place and will only take you about 30 minutes to see it all. They did have a few animals but not as...More
Although this is a small zoo in downtown Bonita Springs it does have a nice variety of local animals, birds and snakes. Landscape of local vegetation made an interesting and shaded walk through. I understand that since the hurricane some damage was done and I...More