Flamingo Gardens in Davie, FL

3750 South Flamingo RoadDavie, FL 33330
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Flamingo Gardens is a one stop Eco Experience featuring the Wray Botanical Collection and the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary. This 60 acre, not for profit, facility provides the perfect backdrop for the native species that reside here. You can study Alligators, Otters, Flamingos, Florida Panthers, Bobcats and a host of birds that inhabit our Free-Flight Aviary and Bird Center.

Specialty gardens and Florida's largest collection of Champion Trees set amidst the beauty of 200 year old Live Oaks leave you with a tranquil feeling of Florida the way it used to be. You can experience the past with a visit through the Wray Home, built in the early 1930s.

WRAY HOME MUSEUM
Built in 1933, this original weekend residence of Floyd & Jane Wray is now an historical site and museum providing a glimpse of life in South Florida in the 1930s.

WILDLIFE ENCOUNTER
Shows at: 12:30, 1:30 & 2:30
Both informative and fun, these live presentations feature Florida native wildlife from the sanctuary and explain their relationship with the environment
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NARRATED TRAM TOUR
11:00 - 4:00, on the hour (additional charge)
Tour through a tropical rainforest, wetlands, and some of the last natural jungle growth in Florida. Learn about the plants, wildlife & history of Flamingo Gardens.

BOTANICAL COLLECTION
The Wray Botanical Collection is 60 acres with over 3000 species of rare and exotic, tropical, subtropical & native plants. It features 20 of the largest trees of their species, Florida Champion Trees, including the largest tree in the state as certified by the Florida Forestry Service. Specialized gardens include the Butterfly, Hummingbird, Bromeliad and Croton Gardens. The centerpiece is a natural hammock of 200 year-old Live Oak trees dripping with orchids and epiphytes.

WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
The Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the largest collection of Florida native wildlife and includes Alligators, Bobcats, Otters, Eagles, Panthers, Peacocks, and of course, Flamingos! It is residence to over 90 species of birds and animals, most of which are permanently injured and/or non-releasable. The Bird of Prey Center features hawks, falcons, owls, osprey, and other raptors. The Free-Flight Aviary contains over 250 wading birds, representing 45+ species, making it one of the largest wading bird collections in the country.

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janntn
Johnston, Iowa
"Visit if in the Area"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2020 NEW
When we visited in February, all services were still available. I hope they will be in the future. We did a guided walking tour with a very enthusiastic and knowledgeable long-time volunteer; the history of the facility and its plants is fascinating. We also did a tram tour that explained areas of the gardens not quite as accessible on foot--and it had a hop-on, hop-off feature that let passengers explore some of the areas farther from the entrance and animals and birds. There are plenty of animal and bird exhibits to entertain and educate children. It's a very good excursion if you are looking for something to do in the area, but perhaps not worth a special trip from a long distance.
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Skull76
"A bit disappointed we were not with the SPECIAL group and got the trolley tour"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 16, 2020 NEW
My wife and I had a great time. She was looking forward to this stop on our three-week RV trip. Since we have a Service Dog, we arrived just as the gates opened with the plan to do the self-walking tour, then the trolley tour and after my wife would visit the aviary. After paying full price for the tickets, we were told the trolley tours were cancelled due to the virus. Some what disappointed, but we understood. So, we set off on the self-guided walking tour and were having a great time when surprise surprise, here comes a trolley loaded to the gills with folks. My wife gave me one of those looks and set off after the trolley. I sat on a nearby bench to await the aftermath of the explosion I knew was to come. After about 10-mins my wife appears with a park employee in tow. Apparently, the trolley tours are cancelled, unless you happen to me a guest on one of the cruise ships that are docked and have cancelled their sailings. This made absolutely NO SENSE; why would you allow passengers off a cruise ship to take the trolley tour and not walk in park guests? Oh, the answer is $$$$$$$; the Flamingo Garden tour is part of a package each cruise ship guest paid for. Now we who walked into the park and paid the posted price are NOT given the tour. What we should have done was demanded a refund, but to be honest my wife really enjoyed seeing the flamingos up close so she wasn't completely heart broken about missing the trolley tour but she made sure to fill out the FEEDBACK card offered.
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hudgster
Amersham, United Kingdom
"Great place to spend a few hours"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 14, 2020 NEW
We loved the relaxed environment of Flamingo Gardens. Of course, the flamingos are great, but we also enjoyed the Wildlife Encounter, and walking round the exhibits. The staff are all knowledgeable and helpful. It’s a lovely haven of tranquility, and most u expected. The tram ride was interesting, and our deliver so knowledgeable about all the plant life In the park. They are a non for profit organisation, and do a great job.
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moonshinerkey
Yulee, Florida
"Botantical garden"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 13, 2020 NEW
Take the tram tour for an overview of the entire place. Lots of plants and animals that are native to Florida.
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DebbieLeigh723
Boston, Massachusetts
"So much to explore"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 08, 2020 NEW
This property is a great place to visit and explore. The biggest trees I’ve seen have survived here. The aviary has so many birds of prey. Of course flamingos are on the property. While there we saw a baby pelican about 4 weeks old which was pretty big. The otters were so fun to watch. The only animal we couldn’t spot was the Florida Panther. Lunch is reasonable and tasty. The tram and wildlife show were both interesting and we saw all kinds of orchids.
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Flamingo Gardens is located at 3750 South Flamingo RoadDavie, FL 33330
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