The Miami Beach Botanical Gardens is a tropical oasis in the heart of south beach and is home to a Japanese garden, native garden, flowering plants and a plethora of palm trees. Although quite small in size, the 2.6 acre botanical garden is still worth a visit if you are in the area. Visitors have the option of either exploring this lovely garden on their own with a self guided tour system, or doing it with a volunteer guide. Those interested in taking the walking tour, will however have to make prior reservations. With so much of plants packed into this beautiful little garden, visitors will definitely enjoy their time discovering the many different plant species within the botanical gardens. The Miami Beach Botanical Gardens also hosts a number of events like garden yoga, the garden market and more.
Free of charge
Tuesday to Sunday 9am-5pm
Half an hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The variety of plants
The Miami Beach Botanical Garden does not offer prayer facilities. Muslim tourists will not find prayers room at this botanical garden but may still be able to offer their prayer in a secluded corner of the attraction. They could also use the prayer facilities available in the city and visit the Miami Beach Mosque when needed.
Although there are no known food outlets within the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, tourists visiting on Wednesday will find the garden market on, from 11am-4pm. Aside from selling a variety of fresh produce, this market also has a range of smoothies, sandwiches and paella. While Muslim visitors will not find Halal items here, they may find vegetarian or seafood options. Muslim tourists could also bring along a picnic basket with suitable snacks or dine at one of the few Halal restaurants in the Miami Beach area.