Flamingo Gardens is a botanical garden and wildlife sanctuary. Come experience 60 acres of pure wildlife, featuring more than 3,000 rare exotic and tropical plants and trees. The garden is divided into three main areas.
The Botanical Garden is pleasant for a walk through the trees, ponds, rivers and waterfalls. In season, hummingbirds and butterflies gather in large numbers to forage and live near the flowers and shrubs planted specifically to attract them.
The Wildlife Sanctuary is a refuge for injured animals who are no longer able to live in the wild. Their collection includes several animals native to the region, such as alligators, bears, eagles, leopards, otters and pink flamingos.
The Wray Home Museum was built in 1933. It served as a second home to its owners. Today it is a symbol of life in the 1930s and is designed so that visitors can enjoy a glimpse of the time period.
Flamingo Gardens is a non-profit organization. By visiting, you will contribute to the site’s preservation – a great way give and visit South Florida, all at the same time!