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Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Belmont

(4.2/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Well-maintained, beautiful gardens with a spectacular orchid exhibit. A perfect place for an afternoon stroll amid well-marked plants and easy-to-walk trails.  more »
  • With year round interest The Botanical Gardens has the fix for anyone who loves plants. They have a huge variety of flowers, shrubs, trees. Their orchid conservatory is second to none and is a must se...  more »
  • Save your money for Spring! It is still a nice place to relax but not a lot going on for flowers and exotic plants right now. Orchid Conservatory is always gorgeous! (best part in my opinion). Cute li...  more »
Google
  • 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.
  • Got there an hour and fifteen minutes before closing . Plenty of time for a long stroll through but then they turned the fountains off an hour before they closed. Asked then why and they claimed it got windy and the chlorine in the water would kill they plants. It was dead calm. Wouldn't even give us a partial refund.
  • I REALLY HAD A GREAT TIME, THE WALK WAS VERY NICE AND HAD A VERY WIDE VARIETY OF PLANTS AND FLOWERS BUT I WISH THERE WERE A RESTAURANT OR A CAFETERIA BUT THE ONLY THING THERE IS A FRIDGE IN THE CORNER WITH OLD AND EXPENSIVE FOOD AND CHIPS.
  • 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.