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The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis was founded in 1859 by Henry Shaw. Today, the Garden is a National Historic Landmark and a center for science, conservation, education and horticultural display - widely considered one of the top three...more
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If you want to really enjoy what this place has to offer you better plan on the better part of the day there because it is HUGE!!! The climatron was our favorite part and the kids nature center is so amazing!!! Definitely make the Botanical...More
I was blown away by the gardens. It is far beyond a garden- The artwork displayed with the plants is incredible. I wish I had planned more time. Also, the history of the buildings and the museum are amazing. Plan on seeing all of the...More
Visited here for the Best of Missouri festival and it was a blast. The gardens are beautiful, plants are labeled (unlike some other gardens I’ve visited), and there are so many resources and activities for kids around the garden it is worth every penny of...More
One of my favorite places to go in St. Louis.
Great place to walk around. The best two areas
in the gardens are the Japanese Garden and the Climatron. Below are pics from the George Washington Carver garden entrance, one of the garden entrances near...More
I have been going to the Missouri Botanical Gardens (MoBot) for years. If you enjoy photography, as I do, there is always something beautiful to photograph. It's expansive grounds change with the seasons. When I need a change of pace, or if life gets too...More
We enjoyed our stroll through the botanical gardens. It was well maintained and quite large. We spent several hours exploring the gardens. You can feed the koi and there is a children’s garden for an extra cost. The garden is free. It depends on where...More
The Missouri Botanical Garden has 79 acres of splendid display of beautiful plants. It is located on 4344 Shaw Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63110 in St Louis. Inside the Botanical Garden, it has the Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, English Woodland Garden, Ottoman Garden and Victorian...More
I have been going to the botanical gardens for years, as it is a local treasure. I went to a nighttime glow event this past weekend, which featured live music, a Biergarten, and a gorgeous walking tour of a spectacular show of lights.
The answer is reflected in this excerpt from the MOBOT Best of Missouri Market web page Vendor Information ... "The Best of Missouri Market strikes a balance in product selections between food vendors and artisans, achieving... More
The answer is reflected in this excerpt from the MOBOT Best of Missouri Market web page Vendor Information ... "The Best of Missouri Market strikes a balance in product selections between food vendors and artisans, achieving the best mix to attract the public. ..." Being one of their biggest public events every year, the Garden has to expand the "Best of Missouri" theme to make sure the crowds return year after year.
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I believe it is wheelchair accessible for the most part. There’s a tram that gives the tour don’t think that’s accessible. But at the entryway there’s an elevator to come up to the first floor and lots of ramps throughout... More
I believe it is wheelchair accessible for the most part. There’s a tram that gives the tour don’t think that’s accessible. But at the entryway there’s an elevator to come up to the first floor and lots of ramps throughout the garden. Yes I would certainly check if it’s reciprocal membership. They often are you’re smart to do that￼