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Myriad Botanical Gardens, Oklahoma City

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A tropical oasis, Myriad Botanical Gardens showcases multiple tiers of dense vegetation surrounding a sunken lake. Covering over 6 hectares (17 acres) just outside the city's downtown area, this urban park offers a range of educational programs designed to provide the public with a basic understanding of the principles of ecology, with a special focus on conservation. The signature feature centers around a tropical conservatory, a living plant museum filled with towering palm trees, tropical plants, waterfalls, and exotic animals. As you stroll through the park's lush outdoor gardens, look for several notable pieces of art, including an abstract sculpture by famed Dutch artist Hans Van de Bovenkamp. Check online for conservatory's hours and ticket prices. Plan to visit Myriad Botanical Gardens during your Oklahoma City vacation using our convenient Oklahoma City trip builder.
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Where to stay in Oklahoma City

To stay in the thick of tourist action, book a room at a hotel located in Oklahoma City's downtown area. Hotels in this part of town and the adjacent Bricktown neighborhood offer every comfort of home plus many extras, including 24-hour room service, indoor swimming pools, workout facilities, and on-site restaurants. Quiet neighborhoods just a short drive from downtown feature cozy bed and breakfasts and small motels that are less expensive. Many offer rooms with access to fully equipped kitchens and private outdoor spaces.
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  • I used Google to recommend the best places to visit in Bricktown when my boyfriend and I went to Oklahoma City for a Dodgers Baseball game. The first recommendation was the Myriad Botanical Gardens, w...  more »
  • It is a wonderful park all native flowers, just beautiful! The tropical conservatory always has something new! It's a must go!!  more »
  • I arrived after 5 pm so didn't get to go inside but the gardens are beautiful. Very relaxing, zen-like. The plants are interesting, thankful for the signs for information, lots of wildlife as well. A ...  more »
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  • It's my new favorite place! Somehow I always forgot about it till my teenager and I came on a lark. Now I've brought my 2 year old grandson twice and we have a blast! The children's garden is so nice and there's an activity every day. The whole park is beautiful and clean.
  • Absolutely love this place....great for kids and adults alike. Tons of plant life to look up and read about. Comfortable temperatures, clean facility, plants and areas taken care of very well. The area outside is beautiful as well! You won't regret taking your family. *military discount*
  • Had a great time with my significant other. We walked through the surrounding park and paid to see the botanical garden as well. There was a buzz of activity. One group was celebrating a quinceaƱera and another was taking graduation photos. Free parking in the area on Sundays! Overall relaxing experience. Simply beautiful.
  • Beautiful place to visit for every Season. We enjoy it each and every time as a family. So much going on there for the community.
  • The grounds were absolutely beautiful. There were tons of people out and about, yet everything was all well maintained and clean. The indoor botanical garden was nice, but a little expensive. You could skip the indoor part and still have a nice time just walking around the grounds, especially if you have kids. There an amazing children's garden and lots of ducks and turtles for the kids to look at.