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There is a wonderful "flow" between the Clemens and Munsinger Gardens and the Mississippi River. We walked the sun of upper (Clemens) gardens and then down by the shade of the river trees and rocked in swing chair.
One can easily spend a couple of hours walking through the gardens. The top gardens have a special rose garden with identification notifiers of the various kinds of roses. They also feature many perennials and annuals....... grouped by colors. The bottom gardens along the river...More
My kids (ages 12, 17 and 17) and I were in St Cloud for the day and had some time to waste before heading home. We decided to stop by and check it out. I was very pleasantly surprised with how big the entire facility...More
what an amazing place to strol through ,start down by the river and work your way up on the bluff ,colorful gardens are superb and very very colorful ,we loved the differant gardens.little disapointed in the roses ,not very pretty ,,maybe about 2 weeks late...More
Had a wonderful mid morning stroll through the gardens. So very well kept! Beautiful flowers and fountains. The benches are sweet and would love to have spent time reading a book or drinking my morning coffee here. Worth the stop!!!!
These gardens are absolutely outstanding. Combine it with the Clemens garden across the street & it is all gorgeous. This is a great day trip from the Twin Cities. Bring the family & plan a picnic there. Numerous picnic & park benches available. It is...More
What a great place to visit. Clemens and Munsinger at next to each other, so it is two for one. Walking shoes recommended for the downhill (on tar paths). Limited mobility people, if you have a stong person helping you with the chair, paths will...More
This is a great place to sit on a swing and just watch the Mississippi River roll by. This garden, managed by the City of Saint Cloud, has benches and swing to sit on. Winding walking paths along the river. Big towering trees. Colorful flowers....More
Although Munsinger does allow personal pictures, and even offers annual picture contests. Taking professional photos is done with a permit. Permits range $30 to $90 depending if you're a resident of St. Cloud and... More
Although Munsinger does allow personal pictures, and even offers annual picture contests. Taking professional photos is done with a permit. Permits range $30 to $90 depending if you're a resident of St. Cloud and size of your party.
Visit their web-site at Munsinger Clemens Botanical. And, call 320-257-5959
The posted policy is:
We ask all photographers to please honor these policies when using the Munsinger Clemens Gardens as a backdrop for any photography or filming.
* The Garden does not allow portrait photography without permit.
* Please stay on the pathways at all times.
* Because we are a facility open to the public, we ask that you not block any pathways or garden areas.
* Please do not climb trees or enter flower beds.
* Please do not touch or move plant life. Do not hang backpacks or props on trees or plants.
* Tripods may be used to take landscape, hardscape, and floral pictures at any time within the Gardens without a permit.
* All obvious posed professional photography and use of other professional photography equipment is not allowed unless a permit is obtained.
*The Munsinger Clemens Gardens defines portrait photography as all family portraits, wedding, senior, and engagement portraits, and any other posed portraits of individuals by professional photographers or amateur photographers acting as professionals. The Munsinger & Clemens Gardens reserves the right to further define Portrait Photography on a case-by-case basis