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Atlanta Botanical Garden, Gainesville

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  • This garden is so beautiful. I mean, quite stunning at times. They have a real frog theme at the moment with Ribbit the exhibit, but don't expect to see more than Dragonflies at the pond. The staff is...  more »
  • We enjoyed the gardens and the accompanying Ribbit Exhibit, with statuaries of frogs in various positions and expressions through the gardens. Unfortunately had visited the gardens in Atlanta the day ...  more »
  • What a beautiful, relaxing, lovely day !!! Our group arrived here to be greeted by a statue included in the Ribbit Exhibit !! Amazing !!! We were a group of about 26 entering the gardens. We were divi...  more »
  • This is absolutely beautiful venue for weddings! I just attended my good friend's wedding here and they did a great job making sure their day was special. If your looking for something to do on a sunny day go for a stroll through the gardens and see how many statues of frogs you can find!
  • This is a favorite place to take my three young kids (ages 5, 3 and 2). Everything is hands on and the staff is patient and kind as my five year old asks a million questions about wildlife. We've been to Lego day, special music events and go for storytime a lot in the summer. We have also hiked the trails connected to the garden. We love the shaded patio where they have several sets of wooden trains, and always end our time there. Can't say enough good things about the garden.
  • Site didn't show on our google map app search but came across it driving by on our way to Hamilton Gardens. This site is a proper botanical garden with many nonnative plants but also a fair number of natives. There are some resistant American won and many varieties of magnolia. Today's visit blooms included many narcissus, grape hyacinth, witch hazel, tulip, phlox, speedwell, and crocus. The gardens are only 2 years old and also have woodland trails.
  • Off to a good start. It is still small but well done. In addition to the garden it has several walking trails that add up to a little over 2 miles.
  • I loved the ribbit exhibit. The scenery was amazing. The staff was friendly and helpful. Can't wait to go back again soon just to enjoy the positive energy of the place.