Flowers are a symbol of life, along with chicks hatching from eggs and babies crawling away from cliff edges. See the world in bloom with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for daytime garden admission and passes to Night Lights in the Garden for two (up to a $40 value)
- $38 for daytime garden admission and passes to Night Lights in the Garden for four (up to an $80 value)
Night Lights in the Garden takes place on December 13–23 and 26–30 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Each night features a performance by Patchouli, a singer-songwriter and guitarist duo who fuse new American folk vocals with world rhythms reminiscent of the Gipsy Kings. The event also features holiday sweets and treats along with family-friendly activities. Groupon holders can enter the garden during regular hours any day between December 13–23 and 26–30, then return the same night to admire the holiday display.
Admission is free for children 3 or younger.
Naples Botanical Garden
Two decades ago, a strip mall, parking lot, and acres of invasive plants stood on this land, hosting crowds of shoppers bustling through their daily routines. Now, serene greenery has once again reclaimed the expanse, replacing the concrete and metal with 170 acres of flourishing gardens and pine flatwoods. Naples Botanical Garden's 90-acre preserve is home to seven ecosystems, including untouched forests, marshes, and mangroves, where hundreds of animal species and more than 300 species of native and exotic plants dwell.
Cultivating a diverse array of subtropical flora, the seven garden habitats enchant and educate adults and children alike. Visitors meander along 2.5 miles of walking trails, dropping into the Lea Asian Garden to admire a northern Thailand riverside scene and relax at the Balinese--temple water garden, spying on frogs trying to have a conversation with their own reflections. Throughout the Kapnick Caribbean Garden, guests stroll beneath a vine-covered arbor and through the coconut grove, which showcases plants from Europe, Asia, and the South Pacific that had great economic impact on the islands. Wee ones splash in jets of water in the Smith's Children’s Garden, where they can visit a butterfly house, caper about treehouses, and drop by the healthy-eating garden to ask organic vegetables why there are no mummies in the food pyramid. In addition to engaging the senses, the botanical gardens enlightens minds of all ages with myriad educational programs and events.