- Get smartphone access to 3000 species of native and exotic plants, as well as more than 80 species of animals
- 24 hectares (60 acres ) of enchanting natural beauty showing Florida’s subtropical flora and fauna at its best, as well as a variety of more exotic species
- Take a narrated tram tour and be captivated by natural areas of tropical rainforest, wetlands, and jungle
Experience a tropical paradise at Flamingo Gardens. With over 3000 species of native and exotic plants, exploring the botanical gardens will take visitors across the world without ever needing to leave Florida. The wildlife sanctuary is also home to over 85 native species, including the garden’s namesake, the flamingo, and is a fantastic place to relax and be at one with nature.
Flamingo Gardens is many things: botanical gardens, wildlife sanctuary, aviary, and museum - but above all, it's a fun and educational place to spend some family time in Miami.
Stroll through the many specialty gardens, such as the Florida Wildflower Garden, Butterfly and Hummingbird Gardens, or the Arboretum where you’ll find the gigantic Champion trees (including the largest tree in Florida).
The sanctuary provides refuge to injured and non-releasable animals, including panthers, otters, alligators, bobcats, and eagles (to name but a few), many of which are also on display during daily wildlife encounter shows.
To get an overview, take one of the free narrated tram tours through some of the many different ecosystems, including areas untouched for over a century. The tours depart every half hour.
Flamingo Gardens is also home to the Wray Home Museum. Set among 200-year-old oak trees, this weekend home is part of Floridian history. Restored in 1991, guided tours transport visitors back to a bygone era.
Like Florida itself, Flamingo Gardens is a diverse, entertaining and wild daytrip into what makes the Sunshine State great.
Swap your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the admission desk.
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes are possible for this ticket
From Miami, take the I-95 to the I-595 West. Take the Flamingo Road/Hiatus Road exit (combined exit 2 & 3). Follow the signs for Flamingo Road. Turn left at the traffic lights onto Flamingo Road to the intersection with SW 36th Ct. and Flamingo Gardens will be on your left (east side).