Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Bringing the spirit of Japan to southern Florida, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens houses centuries of tradition and history. The museum boasts a rich permanent collection of artwork and masterfully crafted objects that provide insight into Japanese culture and everyday life. The collection focuses on the Meiji period, which extended from the mid-19th to the early 20th century, and brought major changes to Japanese society. You can also catch one of the rotating exhibits and learn about different aspects of Japanese culture, from ancient to modern. Enjoy the beautifully landscaped gardens and learn why these peaceful refuges play such an important role in Japan as places for contemplation, relaxation, and romance. If you’re visiting in the summer, make sure to protect yourself from the sun as you stroll through the large campus. Put Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens at the forefront of your travel plans using our Delray Beach vacation route planner.
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Always seen the signs but never went. This weekend decided to see what it was all about and was very pleasantly surprised. It is a 16 acre garden surrounding a lake dedicated to the former Japanese fa... read more »
We have come here a few times....the gardens are so well manicured.....so many different plants just makes you wonder how much time is spent taking care of them. I am amazed at the many fountains that... read more »
Es un lugar espectacular, no solo para pasarlo bien en pajera, familia o amigos sino para disfrutar de una manera diferente de la naturaleza y la cultura asiaticaIt is a place of spectacular, not only for fun in couple, family or friends but to enjoy a different way of nature and the Asian cultureshow original
Enough cannot be said about this slice of Japan in South Florida. It truly is an incredible way to experience the culture. The gardens are always amazing, though peak season has the most color and bloom. The museum has great exhibits and the gift shop has so many cool items for sale!
Beautiful park and the membership seems a good deal if you live in the area. (Has tons of Pokestops, too!) The cafe is overpriced (but what do you expect?) but the sushi tasted fine.
This is a great little museum! They have different exhibits and events happening throughout the year. During one of my visits they had a bonsai tree exhibit outside in the garden, and during the other they had a traditional Japanese tattoo exhibit inside in the museum. Both were very lovely! There are also a gift shop and a cafe. And my favorite part - the expanse garden out back! It's beautiful and serene. You must see it for yourself.
A cool place to walk around on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Nice selection of wild life, cool museum, and a nice sushi cafe. I will return!
Francesco Del Principe
Very nice and well kept park, following the trail you'll walk though several Japanese gardens and enjoy different relaxing views. To visit the park takes one or two hours. Ticket is 15 $ , absolutely worth the price! Another big plus is the restaurant in the park, prices are on the average but food is excellent!
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