Manito Park And Botanical Gardens261 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 1702 S Grand Blvd, Spokane, WA 99203, USA, United States
- Timings: 05:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-5096256600
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Botanical Garden, Golf Course, Cafe, Family And Kids, Bird Watching
Established on April 1904, Manito Park and Botanical Gardens is a 90-acre public park that is popular among the visitors who prefer a place to relax totally. The park includes a varied range of gardens that includes Duncan Garden, Joel E. Ferris Perennial Garden, Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden, Dahlia Garden, and Lilac Garden. Each garden has its own theme and looks beautiful in their own way. With different colors of flowers on display, you will be completely mesmerized and will surely be needing a thousand photographs to cherish the scenery. If you wondering what all activities you can indulge in while in the park, you have tennis, baseball, bird watching, disc golf, and sledding. The major highlights of the park are Gaiser Conservatory, Mirror Pond, Park Bench Cafe, Botanical Gardens, and play area.
Manito Park And Botanical Gardens Travel Tips
- Visit the park during the spring or summer season when the flowers are in full bloom.
- Seek the permission of the park authorities for commercial filming & photography.
How to Reach Manito Park And Botanical Gardens
- Rent a car or ride on a taxi.
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65.41% of people who visit Spokane include Manito Park And Botanical Gardens in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
36.96% of people start their Manito Park And Botanical Gardens visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Manito Park And Botanical Gardens
91.47% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Manito Park And Botanical Gardens
Manito Park And Botanical Gardens Reviews & Ratings
The Botanical Gardens at Manito Park was an enchanting place to visit for the day and in particular the Rose Gardens!!! I felt tremendous joy being in the rose garden surrounded by such beauty. I love the trees nearby with benches to reflect upon the gardens. I highly recommend this park if you have an hour or a day.. it is well worth it!!! Many enjoyable areas to enjoy. Bring a lunch or try the small cafe. Rose garden is great , Duncan garden impressive.
This place is amazing! I recommend studying a map of the area before going, if this is your first visit. The park is vast, with several different sections and parking areas so you can park close to the section you want to visit first. If you visit the office, there is a physical map you can use too. Please be respectful of the gardens and the work that went into their creation. In some areas food/dogs and other things are restricted (such as at the Japanese garden). In most other places though, dogs are fine as long as they are on a leash. There are public restrooms as well as water fountains interspersed throughout. Such a marvelous place!
This place gets my "Gem" award. It is an absolute Gem! I cried a little while seeing the impressive gardens and just such a lovely place! I love how clean and well maintained this sprawling park is. The ducks were fabulous. We enjoyed the Japanese Gardens and I believe its called the Duncan area. We plan on going here weekly until we get shut out with snow. You all should be proud of yourselves! This place again was truly spectacular!
Fascinating place! Completely renovated the old, historic steam plant in downtown Spokane. Beautiful inside, keeping the character of the building and it's original function. Restaurant servers were prompt and friendly. Food preparation and presentation was excellent. Very good flavors. Menu items were pricey. But recommend for a special dinner out.
This gem is amazing, huge park with botanical gardens, if you want to landscape your yard this place showcases plants that grow well in our region. Explore the Japanese gardens they never disappoint me. Rose garden, Duncan gardens, the duck pond and an epic sledding hill can be found here, and so much more it is hard to describe. Of course a playground for the kids. And plenty of places to eat a picnic.