For thousands of years, humans have studied trees to learn how they too can provide suitable housing for squirrels and grow lemons from their fingertips. Join the pursuit of leafy progress with today’s Groupon to Sunken Gardens in St. Petersburg. Children younger than age 2 always receive free admission. Choose between the following options:
For $8, you get two adult admissions to the gardens (a $16 value).
For $25, you get one yearlong membership to the gardens for a family of up to five (a $50 value). Yearlong membership includes:
Unlimited admission for one year
Admission to free horticultural programs and workshops
Admission to more than 200 reciprocal gardens
For more than 100 years, Sunken Gardens has tickled eyes and dazzled noses with the amazing sights and smells of tropical plants and greens from around the world. More than 50,000 plants on land and water act as homes to fish, flamingos, and insects, while also serving as sufficient hiding spots for vacationing sasquatches. Members can round up their families for complimentary admission during business hours seven days a week or attend programs and workshops, such as morning yoga in the gardens. Membership at Sunken Gardens carries reciprocal benefits at more than 200 institutions throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean, making it handier than a swiss-army knife that prints money.
In the middle of Saint Petersburg surrounded by tall buildings and shopping malls lies a 100-year-old oasis of waterfalls and lush plant life. Sunken Gardens, one of the city’s oldest living museums, surrounds visitors with a thriving ecosystem of more than 50,000 tropical plants and flowers. Winding paths lead explorers around rivers and ponds filled with fish and turtles. Flamingos walk the banks as passersby spy parrots and admire butterflies gliding from flower to flower. The tranquil gardens also host educational events and daily yoga sessions that help ease stress generated by everyday lives and not being able to touch your left elbow with your left hand.
It's a hidden gem on the gulf coast. The plants and trees and gardens were amazing. The size of the palms are huge.Linko38, TripAdvisor, 7/31/11
I love going here. So peaceful. A must see, especially for visitors to the area. I have really enjoyed photographing the garden.Linda R, Yelp, 5/18/11
1825 Fourth St. N
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