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We went over the summer during one of the sushi and stroll events in the evening. The gardens are beautiful and well maintained and the staff are very nice and helpful. There also was a drum session Taiko which was so powerful and memorable. This...More
Even though my husband and I don't live in south Florida and visit, usually, once a year, we've been members of the Morikami for years. It's a wonderful, peaceful garden and there's always something interesting in the museum. Spend time in the bamboo grove and...More
Fun place for a leisurely walk among flora and fauna. Beautifully maintained gardens, exhibits and pathways meander through the South Florida environs.
Buy a bag of 'feed' and toss the crumbs into the lagoon and watch the turtles (and perhaps other wildlife) gobble it up....More
We visited the gardens on a busy Saturday morning. Once out into the gardens, we were surrounded by a peaceful, easy feeling. The vegetation provided a zen like atmosphere. We wandered the pathways in delight. Every turn provided a picture perfect view. Relaxing at lunch...More
This is the perfect escape from the mall sprawl of South Florida. Walking mindfully through the gardens is wonderful; the lacquerware exhibit is astounding; and the gift shop has unusual items. The cafe looked very interesting, but when we returned the next day for lunch...More
What a beautiful way to spend an afternoon in a pastoral setting. Be sure to go when its not too hot. This is not a typical botanical gardens. There are several water features and Zen displays. Of note is the museum at the end of...More
Family friendly one mile graveled walking trail around a nice lake and beautiful garden. A relaxing place to get away from hustle and bustle. Mostly shaded trails with benches to sit and relax in a beautiful picturesque setting. Feed the gold fish and turtles from...More
Although we have been enjoying Morikami for probably 20 years, this was not an enjoyable visit. First, there is a TREMENDOUS iguana problem. Huge. I counted at least 40!! These are invasive species and do not belong in a place where calm and beautiful gardens...More