Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Belmont
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Looking for a chance to explore on a weekend afternoon? Enjoy art and beautiful flowers? See a variety of flowers including an orchid area. Garden art is absolute delight. And the light show during th... read more »
This was one of the highlights of our family visit to Charlotte. The garden is just so nice, perfectly desighned and landscaped. There is an in-door part where the tropical climate conditions are main... read more »
We went on a Thursday afternoon and stayed until eight pm. It takes about one hour to go there from our house so we don't visit as often as we like. The main house is air conditioned with a gift shop ... read more »
My husband and I came to see the Wee House exhibit. The flowers were bloomed in all their glory and the various fountains were flowing. Very relaxing experience and enjoyed the Wee Houses. We came around 9:30 on a Sunday morning and it was quiet. More people started arriving as as we were leaving around 11. Price was $12.50 per adult and I felt we got our moneys worth. Even though we didn't bring the kids, the Lost Hollow was just as interesting for the adults. Could def see a child enjoying it's wonders!
My family and I visited the Botanical Gardens in August of 2015. The Garden is well-maintained and has multiple gardens that are designed in an interesting fashion. Also, the garden has a serene atmosphere. Definitely worth visiting! Special thanks to those who work hard to keep the place amazing.
Enjoyed the gardens yesterday. Loved the way flowers, herbs and vegetables were mixed together. The perfume from all the beautiful floral hedges was wonderful. Shall visit again very soon.
Tar Heel Camper
I'm not always a big fan of botanical gardens but this is by far one of the best that I have visited. There are lots of walking paths that are easy to navigate with a wheelchair. The facilities are very well maintained and they are more than just a garden. You are sure to find some inspiration here for your own garden and it is well worth the money.
A great place to go for a stroll whether you want a stroll in the gardens or a woodland walk along the lake.
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