Sunken Gardens


St. Pete’s oldest living museum is a botanical paradise in the midst of the bustling city. The 100-year-old Sunken Gardens is home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region. Meandering paths guide visitors through a living collection of more than 50,000 tropical plants and flowers with lush demonstration gardens, cascading waterfalls, and a flock of flamingos.

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REVIEWS:

Diego Akerman

"Wonderful place to visit. Naturally shaded paths with lots of different plant species. Some extraordinary beautiful flowers will blow you away. Don't miss the pink flamingos."

Lance Liberti

"Beautiful hidden garden in downtown St. Petersburg. Shared a lovely day with my daughter there and particularly enjoyed the scavenger hunt! Nice inexpensive way to spend the day outside enjoying a gorgeous spectacle of nature - Highly Recommend! 👌"