Flamingo Gardens is now open with reserved online ticketing.
Tickets are limited, so guests and members are requested to have an online ticket or member reservation to enter at a designated time period. Walk-in admission is available upon a space available basis only and not guaranteed. Broward County mandates that masks be worn in public at all times indoors and outdoors when within 6' of others.
Wildlife Encounter presentations remain closed at this time
to comply with social distancing guidelines. For more details visit our COVID page: https://www.flamingogardens.org/visit2.html
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The Wray Home Museum nestled in the botanical garden was built in 1933 by Floyd L. and Jane Wray as a weekend residence and is the oldest residence in Broward County west of University Drive. It has been restored to provide visitors to Flamingo Gardens a glimpse of life in South Florida in the 1930s.
Flamingo Gardens Botanical Garden is 60 acres of tropical paradise. Our Botanical Gardens is a showcase for more than 3,000 species of rare and exotic, tropical, subtropical, and native plants. Our Arboretum contains some of the largest trees in the state of Florida.
Monday thru Sunday 9:30am to 5:00pm, last entry at 4pm.