Missouri Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden
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Brittany S
22 month ago
Learn about Shaw’s promise to conserve, preserve, and cultivate nature and see it in action. Don’t miss the Japanese Garden, the Chinese Friendship Garden, thé home garden. Ps it’s totally haunted.
Benjamin B
37 month ago
This place is beautiful from entry to exit. There are great free events in the summer and winter. Also there’s great food too. Sandwiches, salads and brunch on Sunday. Just go!
The Artificial
43 month ago
The Missouri Botanical Garden is a gardener's dream. Wander through the paths of the Japanese Garden or get lost in the beautiful butterflies of the Climatron.
Khrystal K. D
64 month ago
Free admission to great concerts Wednesday evenings-take a picnic. The Asian garden is amazing. The kids love going to the koi pond and feeding the fish. You can easily spend a full day here.
ElizaBeth W
72 month ago
The ottoman salad from the cafe is perhaps the best salad I've ever had. It has such fresh organic ingredients that are straight from the gardens. It's a great place for a healthy tasty meal!
Debbie Y
73 month ago
This place is amazing. Throughout the year they have occasional light shows at night, which are pretty cool. I went to the lantern festival this year- it was so gorgeous!
Danielle H
78 month ago
Whitaker Fest on Wednesdays in the summer is one of my favorite things about living in St. Louis! Other can't miss events - Chinese and Japanese gardens, Garden Glow, Best of MO market
Joseph B
81 month ago
One of my favorite places on Earth. I've been here multiple times and can spend hours just walking around enjoying nature. And I don't even know anything about botany!
Dianne C
83 month ago
So many excellent ways to be part of this STL treasure. Regular entrance fees are not bad, compared to other Gardens in US. Go see Japanese/Chinese fests, Orchid Show, Whitaker, Christmas, Hanukkah.
Heather F
116 month ago
The Jazz Festival is not to be missed grab some wine a blanket, snacks and some friends and just enjoy. The gardens are beautiful for walks pictures, picnics or finding a quiet place to study.