Families can experience a full day of fun built around Florida’s natural ecosystems in the interactive Smith Children’s Garden at the Naples Botanical Garden. Visitors to the garden will find a carefree world full of flowers, butterflies, and secret discoveries. Children can scale the two-story tree house, go on a thrilling scavenger hunt, splash around and cool off in jets of water spraying from boulders, play at the beach, or explore a waterfall cave at this Naples, Florida attraction. The Naples Botanical Garden offers educational and interactive programs, hands-on activities, and fun events that the entire family will enjoy. Read our blog article about visiting the Naples Botanical Garden.
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Learn something new and get hands-on during the drop-in program in the Smith Children’s Garden. W.O.N.D.E.R. stands for “Walk. Observe. Navigate. Draw. Explore. Read.” Every month’s programming begins with a story related to a monthly theme and is followed by family activities related to that theme. Regular Garden admission; free for members.
Enjoy breakfast or lunch at Fogg Café located in the Eleanor and Nicholas Chabraja Visitor Center. The cafe’s menu changes seasonally and creatively represents Floridian, Caribbean, Brazilian, and Asian themes from each garden. Fogg Café also features a kids’ menu, lighter snack options, and a nice selection of wine and beer. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with last food order of the day taken at 4:30 p.m. Reservations are not accepted.
Naples Botanical Garden’s walkways are ADA-accessible. Ample parking is provided.
The Naples Botanical Garden was impacted by Hurricane Irma on September 10, 2017. If you would like to help in the recovery of Naples Botanical Garden, donations can be made here.