Missouri Botanical Garden

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The Missouri Botanical Garden has long been a place of beauty, serenity and discovery, as well as an institution of scientific research and education. Every visit represents a new opportunity to learn about plants and how they’re connected to our lives. A National Historic Landmark with 79 acres of scenic landscaping and historic structures, the Missouri Botanical Garden also boasts the Climatron, a Japanese Garden and founder Henry Shaw's Victorian home. Consider taking a seasonal narrated tram tour during your visit, and don’t miss the onsite cafe and gift shop. Parking is free for all.

4344 Shaw Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63110

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Spend a couple hours strolling through the gardens
Reviewed By 492jenellb August 2023

If you're in St. Louis, you should really put this on your itinerary. There are numerous themed gardens throughout, a jungle (Climatron), children's area, and a sensory garden, along with several...

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Beautiful Gardens in St. Louis
Reviewed By Gregory M October 2023

What a pleasant surprise! We were in St. Louis for the weekend in October and found ourselves with a little extra time that we took to see this attraction. The Missouri Botanical Garden is large...

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Relaxing, Peaceful.
Reviewed By 28bellpepper May 2023

Love, love, love photographing and walking the gardens. Lots of natural wildlife throughout Garden as well.

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Hours

Daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. closed Christmas Day.

Handicap AccessibleSouth/SouthwestTower Grove

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