Buffalo And Erie County Botanical Gardens, Buffalo

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Buffalo And Erie County Botanical Gardens, Buffalo - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 2655 South Park Ave, Buffalo, NY 14218, United States

Phone: +1-7168271584

Ticket Price: 9 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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There is something about plants and lush greenery that really soothes your weary mind and soul. These botanical gardens are full of reasons to smile and connect with glorious nature. Designed by the prodigal Fredrick Law Olmsted, the gardens contain a huge variety of flowers and shrubs that range from colorful to exotic. From tropical gardens to cacti collections, the park has many kinds of plants on display. There is a children’s garden where your little kids can play. The Palm Dome is where you can see coffee, banana, mango and cocoa being grown. The cloud forest is densely planted, beautiful area where you will come across lots of joyous birdsongs and a huge variety of trees. There are also some interesting exhibits and events held here on a regular basis. From yoga to galas, the gardens see a lot of action on their grounds throughout the year.

Buffalo And Erie County Botanical Gardens Information

  • The Botanical Gardens is fully handicapped accessible.

Buffalo And Erie County Botanical Gardens Ticket Prices

  • Adults: $9
  • Seniors (55+): $8
  • Students (13+ with ID): $8
  • Children 3-12: $5
  • Free for children under 2.
  • Free for garden members.

How To reach Buffalo And Erie County Botanical Gardens by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop: Southpark Avenue and Botanical Gardens

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  • I asked my daughter who lives in Buffalo to get me a membership for Mother's Day and she did. I have been to the Buffalo and Erie County Gardens twice this year and intend to take my 6 year old Grandson again when I return later in August. The flowers and many plants were set in many wonderful displays. The gardens are laid out in an easy and comfortable pattern to follow. We also visited many of the outdoor gardens. Not all the plants have name markers, but the gardeners were very willing to assist us when we asked questions. I enjoy visiting the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens every time that I visit Buffalo, NY.

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  • Loved this place! Being from Pittsburgh, I grew up visiting Phipps Conservatory, and Buffalo definitely competes with them! What they lack in quantity, this place makes up for in quality. Many beautiful plants, rare species, non native species. Loved the layout, each room has a theme, and the use if space is AMAZING. The building itself is also beautiful inside and out. The woman at the cashier desk was very friendly and informative, when asking for suggestions for a plant in my apartment, she was amazing! I now have an adorable Kalenchoe plant, and some great memories! I plan to visit this fall/winter again, to see different plants in bloom and activity! A great way to spend a casual afternoon, definitely worth admission, and even if you aren't a "plant person", you'll appreciate the beauty and wonder of our natural world after visiting.

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  • They have a constant rotation of various themed shows all year. It can be busy at the start of a show, but that's also usually when the flowers look the best. They also have rotating art exhibits in the gallery area and plant sales.

  • Pretty nice place. They definitely had a number of exotic species I had never seen before. Price is okay. If you can't afford to have the family see the inside, there are some nice outdoor areas that are free--and attached to a large park. Great for a picnic.

  • Diverse selection of plant life. Trees, cactus, mangrove, flowers, medicinal herbs, freshwater pools with fish, artwork, small ornate circular tables and chairs nestled amongst the greenery underneath the greenhouse domes. Very peaceful. Beautiful place to rejuvenate among nature.

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