There is a lot going on here, but the main claim is the upside down trees and it feels like you pay a lot of money to seem them. Just remember I'm not a gardening person so completely lost on me
About Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure
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I have to say that I had not heard of the gardens until it was part of an excursion while on a cruise to Juneau this month. I thought it might be one of those hokie little gardens but wow, I was wrong. The story...More
What a disappointment! After reviewing a brochure we decided to have lunch at their "cafe" and do their tour. 1st there isn't a cafe!! They have a snack bar! If you want to pay $5.00 for a microwaved gutbomb they call a cheeseburger or $5.25...More
This is a must see visit to see the beautiful gardens and all the work this family has done to make this such an awesome place. Went up on a tram to top, saw some beautiful sights at the top, and the drivers are very...More
These are some beautiful gardens and grounds. The upside down trees overflowing with flowers are gorgeous - what a genius idea! The golf cart ride up the mountain is slow but exciting - as in will we make it to the top! We did and...More
We had a dry sunny day here, made a difference. Lovely view from the top of the gardens, beautiful rainforest and unique flower trees. A little expensive, but we like it
$25 seems a bit steep, even by Alaska standards, so if you're a large party, beware. Lovely flora & fauna none-the-less, which made for nice photos.
We did this as a group so not sure of cost but whatever it is, do it. The owner is a fantastic, fanatical gardener. He plants all new annuals in the spring in the upside down trees. What an idea for a planter. He got...More
We were amazed at all flowers and the history of the gardens. We really enjoyed the views and staff was very informative.
This is an amazing place the short walking tour with all of the beautiful flowers set in upside down trees and the ponds to help slow the water down to minimize the erosion what a vision this individual had. The drive to the top of...More