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Smith-Gilbert Gardens, Kennesaw
(4.5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
As an established collectors garden, SGG has over 3,000 species of plants, many unique to American gardens. Having grown through the years, the Gardens stand out as an exceptional blend of art, history and horticultural, all creating a tranquil respite of reflection and enjoyment.
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  • Unique and you can get a guided tour if reserved in advance for 5 to 10 people....cost is only $10...otherwise, cheaper to get in and tour on your own....which anyone can do. Maps are provided and it ...  more »
  • Spent a wonderful morning touring the gardens, a lot is packed into a small area. Butterfly house, children's play garden with a great luffa vine tunnel and a surprisingly large bonsai collection of f...  more »
  • Had a wonderful day at Smith Gilbert Garden in Kennesaw Georgia. We recently got interested in feeding and observing hummingbirds. Our local bird seed supplier tipped us off to a hummingbird banding d...  more »
  • I grew up in the suburbs of Atlanta and had never heard of this garden before a friend gave us some passes. I thoroughly enjoyed it and thought it was a wonderful place for families. It's not huge, but they a lovely rose garden, conifer section, perennial area, koi ponds, vegetable patch, and an AMAZING bonsai exhibit. It was better than I expected and worth a trip if you live nearby and enjoy gardens.
  • Beautiful place. Nice stroll with the kids, they loved the koi pond!
  • Interesting grounds, largely unknown but worth a visit.
  • My child did the easter egg hunt here and I honestly would not recommend it. Not enough eggs for everyone to find and the "prizes" were really cheap. Price of ticket for this event does not reflect what you get for it.
  • Best unheard-of garden in GA