6 Beautiful Botanical Gardens in Arkansas!
As the 48th state to join the United States, Arkansas is home to numerous attractions, from national parks and forests to botanical gardens and arboretums brimming with exotic plants, blooming flowers and fragrant scents. Are you ready to explore the 6 best botanical gardens and arboretums in the Natural State?
Nestled on the shores of Lake Hamilton and along the banks of the Ouachita River, Garvan Woodland Gardens is a garden paradise dedicated to preserving and enhancing the unique environment of the area. With a variety of gardens, landscapes and structures, Garvan Woodland Gardens provides cultural enrichment, learning and serenity.
The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks offers unparalleled natural experiences for visitors of all ages. With over 70,000 visitors annually, the Garden boasts a collection of twelve themed gardens including the region’s only native butterfly house. Enjoy the rose garden, which includes varieties from David Austin Roses, as well as the Rose Arch climbing with roses and flowering perennials.
Excite your senses and explore the wonders of nature at The Peel Museum & Botanical Garden. As the oldest and largest public garden in the area, many of the garden’s rose fossils date back 35 million years. In addition to the many breathtaking roses, enjoy the fragrant blooms and towering trees.
When looking for a romantic day trip in Mena, Arkansas look no further than Avalon Keep Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a scenic stroll by the waterfront pergola with the Ouachita Mountains in the background. This garden oasis sets the stage for taking in its spectacular beauty.
The South Arkansas Arboretum is a wooded, 12-acre site with plants native to the West Gulf Coastal Plain. Featuring exotic species such as flowering camellias and azaleas, the arboretum provides paved walking trails, a rental pavilion, gazebo and restrooms. Come explore this peaceful spot on your next drive or road trip!
Experience the unique charm at Quigley’s Castle, a historic house museum and garden in the Ouachita Mountains. Decorated with elaborately decorated interiors, visitors can take a guided tour of the home or explore the gardens and grounds. With its romantic atmosphere, Quigley’s Castle is a breathtaking site to explore.
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