Located in the northern part of Piedmont Park this garden offers families and adults an opportunity to share nature together. Bought a membership on my first visit. Looking forward to visiting when the temperature is cooler.
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This was a highlight of our Christmas "Staycation". A beautiful night to walk around and see all the lights. It is great for everyone. The hot Chocolate and Adult beverages (beer and wine) make it for a very festive visit. This is a must see...More
We visited this oasis in the city on a hot, humid summer day. Despite the heat we found lots to look at learn about during our 3-hour visit. Excellent collections and displays. Very interesting artistic features to enhance the plant beds and forest. Wished we...More
This is such a wonderful place to visit. So peaceful & beautiful. Although it was hot, my wife and I still enjoyed all the flowers and settings around. Plenty of places to roam and discover. The highlight was definitely the beautiful garden sculpture of The...More
We completely loved our visit to this gorgeous place! From the frogs to the orchids to the art, it was a pleasure through and through! We capped it off with a terrific visit to the restaurant for a glass of wine, cheese sampler, and wonderful...More
Celebrated a friends Birthday, there were 12 of us, we had dinner and then to Atlanta Botanical Garden that had the Chihuly blown glass display. Everyone loved it but we had one concern and that was our Birthday girl was in a wheel chair and...More
It was a hot day, but the Garden was beautiful. I enjoyed seeing everything, particularly the Orchid House, and the Sunflowers! For gardeners: you get great ideas! And the restaurant is a wonderful place to cool off and kick back.
This is a great spot for a date, but only if you are willing to shell out some cash. I think you get the best value for your money when you go during a special installation. Recently they had Chihuly in the Garden and it...More
The Botanical Gardens in Atlanta are beautiful. There is always a new exhibit being on, especially for the Fall. It is a very pleasant place especially on the late afternoon or evening when you can see Atlanta's skyline from the garden. The cafe in the...More