Thursday, January 22, 2015

Tucson Botanical Gardens

Entrance to Tucson Botanical Gardens
Gardeners will delight in a visit to the Tucson Botanical Gardens which offers eight different gardens to thrill the senses of sight and smell.

 The gardens range from aloe alley to cactus and succulents, to herbs, and special gardens for birds, butterflies and kids. The Tohono-Oodham Path recognizes the relationship between Native Americans and the Sonora Desert. Almost all gardeners will find something that suits them to a T here. A miniature railway runs through the gardens; ridership is included in the admission price.

The garden is open daily, except for major holidays. A butterfly gallery is open only during the winter months. The Tucson Botanical Garden is located at  2150 North Alvernon Way.

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