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Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise

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4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • I was impressed by all the volunteers that were working during the festival. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. I would definite recommend a trip to the Botanical Gardens. 
  • We were heading out to the prison and saw the gardens - glad we went in. Relaxing spot with some really pretty flowers and plants. Great for wildlife too! Saw a merlin there! 
  • We started here with Savor Idaho. We have been back for a concert. This place is beautiful and the backdrop of table rock is very impressive. We love the garden and will likely buy a season pass in th...  read more »
  • Paul Simon was fantastic however the venue and its services, not so much. When spending $80 on a ticket, you would think there would be more than enough room to sit and be comfortable. We felt we had to search for a seat and fight for it. Very unorganized and too crowded.
  • This review is being sent regarding the recent concert at the Outlaw field Monday evening, presenting Paul Simon. I was shocked at the disorganization of the entire evening! One line after another, after another! This truly made the entire evening a hassle. Two lines to enter the gate, which don't even open until one hour prior to the concert. Which caused people to not even be settled prior to the start of the music, and as a result a late start. Another line for drink tokens, and yet another for wine and beer. Some people stood in line for a drink token for 40 minutes! We are considering giving up our Tony Bennett tickets because the process makes it almost not worth it. May I make some suggestions? #1) Open the gates at 5 pm for members, 5:30 pm for non-members. This by allowing everyone access and ability to settle in prior to the beginning of the music. #2) Let drink tokens be purchased on-line at same time of ticket purchase. Drink tokens can be the same color as the wrist band, and printed out prior to the event, at everyone's convenience. Sincerely, Kristin Ernest
  • Good luck getting a call back from them:(. I submitted a request for info on a wedding or elopement there 3 different ways, I submitted through their website, sent an email to the events coordinator and even called and left a message. It took more than a week to get a call back which was after I finalized with another venue that was able to provide a more prompt reply.
  • I thought that the actual lights there were really pretty and well done. The reason why I don't like it is I went there and left my phone. I didn't realize until they were closed though, so I called once at 10:00am and then 4 times at 12:00pm. Both times I asked to talk to a person, because I wanted to know if they had a lost and found. Every time I called it would go to a voicemail and I was never able to talk to anybody to see if they had my phone. I now am going to have to drive from Nampa to Boise and see if I can talk to someone in person. It just turned out to be a lot harder than I thought it would be.
  • The Botanical Gardens are really fun around Christmas when they put all the lights up. And if ever you can see a concert that they put on is a great place!
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