Family Fun Day At Atlanta Botanical Garden

Over the weekend my daughter Tyra, Baby Legend and I had a great time visiting Atlanta Botanical Garden! It was a beautiful day out and we thought it would be a great day to see all that they have going on! If you know me too, I absolutely love flowers and to see everything in full bloom, made me so happy! In the garden was an ever growing museum of internationally recognized living collections. I saw conifers, carnivorous plants, magnolias and annuals.

We also saw scarecrows in the garden throughout the facility from local artists, crafters youth groups, and my grandson enjoyed the Lou Glenn Children’s Garden. There was a splash pad, treehouse, bog garden, painting wall and huge slide. One of my favorite things to see as well was the Alice’s Reimagined  Wonderland  garden with topiaries! It was so pretty to see up close and personal lol. I enjoyed this time with my family and you should stop by if you’re in the area or plan on being! More pics inside, have a great day everyone!

Scarecrows In The Garden 

Alice’s Wonderland Reimagined 


Boogy Bear is OVER it lol!


About The Garden

Since the Garden opened its doors in 1976, it has become the emerald jewel in the crown of Atlanta culture. The Garden is an ever-evolving destination where the horticulturally-minded, nature-inspired and fun-seeking families come together to feel human again.

Renowned plant collections, beautiful displays and spectacular exhibitions make the Atlanta Botanical Garden the loveliest place in the city to visit. An urban oasis in the heart of Midtown, the Garden includes 30 acres of outdoor gardens, an award-winning Children’s Garden, the serene Storza Woods highlighted by a unique Canopy Walk, and the picturesque Skyline Garden.

The Gainesville location, opened in 2015, celebrates years of planning and development of one of North Georgia’s most beautiful landscapes aimed at connecting visitors with both the natural world and cultural amenities. It is home to the largest conservation nursery in the Southeast.

Atlanta Botanical Garden


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