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Florida Tech Botanical Garden, Melbourne

(4.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • this is on campus (i study at florida tech), very calm and serene, especially on holidays, and there are plenty of squirrels in the foliage, turtles and fish in the little streams and many places to s...  more »
  • For families, a quiet walk, romantic walk, meditation, The gardens are well maintained with both natural and man built paths. 
  • Available free Park. Beautiful gardens with exotic plants and comfortable benches. There is free parking.
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  • Very peaceful and beautiful. It is so nice to have this on campus. Even though it isn't very big, it is a nice place to walk around or sit for some peace and quiet.
  • Peaceful and tranquil. A bit manicured, but it keeps the branches and leaves out of your face until you go deeper. Did not see much litter, so cleanliness is worth pointing out too.
  • When I was a kid and Babcock was a two lane road, I used to ride my little bicycle through here. Now I'm most definitely not a kid and didn't bring a bicycle to Florida with me, but I still had fun at the gardens. I was hoping for more flowers, but who can complain about the trees and streams throughout the middle of the FIT campus? My only real complaint was the lack of visitor parking accompanying the lack of direction on where to get a parking pass from the school. Hint: it's the receptionist at the admin building.
  • This is always a nice walk, any time of year. We were here to take prom photos.
  • The FIT gardens used to be amazing until the campus expanded and constructed buildings in the heart of the gardens. Used to take nature walks when I was a kId.