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A Travel Blog entry by meganlocke from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... and you can see a planatarium, exhibits and walk forest trails.) Another great place that offers a membership is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Admitedly more for adults than for children, there are still a lot of things that they can ...
A Travel Blog entry by phungster from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... stop by Piedmont Park, great place for a lazy afternoon hang out or morning run. But next to it is the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the buzz for this place is the canopy walk - curious to see the truth. Nothing but disappointment for the canopy ...
A Travel Blog entry by wanderlust_ed from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... much of a tequila person, their Cadillac Margaritas are worth the visit alone. After lunch, she took me to Atlanta's Botanical Garden. Little did she know that I've recently become an aficionado of botanical gardens, having been to Sydney's, ...
A Travel Blog entry by burtonll from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Historical Buildings, Homes, and Gardens Atlanta Botanical Garden. A real oasis within the big city, the Garden borders Piedmont Park. Go into the Fuzua Conservatory to see tropical plants, desert plants, and plants on the endangered list. Atlanta ...
A Travel Blog entry by coni from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
We had very little time, so we picked up the most flashy things to do: buy Gerd's MacBook (yeap, this was on top of the list!), and visit the Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta's Botanical Garden and go to a jazz night...really liked the ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelgirlatl from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... . -Hip hop and art classes. -A day trip to Fort Benning army base. -Build and Grow workshops at Lowes. -Homeschool day at the Botanical Garden. We’ve done plenty more, but you get the picture. It’s been a blast. We are winding down ...
A Travel Blog entry by melissanewman from Delhi, India
... from all age groups about natural sciences, therefore, if you are booking Flights to Las Vegas can also consider visiting Atlanta Botanical Garden. One of the best attractions in the garden is children’s garden that covers an area of 2 acre and ...
A Travel Blog entry by g7s22 from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... hotels. Feel safe to book a hotel in Norcross, GA! After an early check in we were able to head into Atlanta to the Botanical Gardens. They were having some special Father's Day activities, but we arrived too late (we really need to get ...
A Travel Blog entry by transformerman from Chiang Mai, Thailand
... . Really cool stuff. Stopped at an orchid farm (my favorite plant) - nice varieties but nothing that you can't find at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The next stop was the "long neck people" about one hour and a half from Chiang Mai. I though to myself ...
A Travel Blog entry by nemonema from Denver, Colorado, Verenigde Staten
... niet online inchecken voor de vlucht en heel wat blabla. Alles gedeeltelijk kunnen regelen. Met openbaar vervoer vertrokken naar de botanical gardens. Prachtig weer en wondermooie natuur. Bloemen en planten overal en heel groot natuurlijk. This is ...
A Travel Blog entry by vayacondios from New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
... a hanged man & an arrangement of violins & music notes tangled together - a really bad recital perhaps? In the Botanical Garden there was a butterfly walk, complete with butterflies & a fernery with wonderful fossil ferns. I now understand the ...
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1345 Piedmont Ave NE, , Atlanta, Georgia, United States888 reviews
Step into a world of magic and serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where new additions like the Fuqua Orchid Center treat visitors to a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grown in the southeast.