Florida Botanical Gardenshttp://www.flbgfoundation.org
One hundred and twenty acres of lush gardens, natural wetlands and woods make the gardens a unique place to spend the day. Themed gardens, such as the Partio Garden with waterfalls, Herb Garden with its fragrant scents. and Sculpture Gardens are a delight to visit. Stop by the peaceful Butterfly Garden, stroll along the Tropical Walk, then cool off in the shady Bromeliad Gardens. Observe wildlife such as raccoons. turtles, great herons and bald eagles along with numerous species, many of which are endangered. Enjoy works of art displayed throughout the gardens provided by the Gulf Coast Museum of Art.