Hotels near Flamingo Gardens
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Paradise in your backyard. That's how you'll feel when you book a hotel for your trip to Flamingo Gardens in Davie, Fla. Come get a taste of Florida's glorious Everglades in one of the state's most celebrated botanical gardens. Lush and sensuous, you'll revel in a 60-acre wonderland of exotic trees, tropical plants, and regional wildlife including alligators, panthers, eagles, and flamingos.
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Need-to-Know Information

  • Admission to the gardens is $18 for adults, $10 for kids, and free for those 3 and under.
  • The Flamingo Gardens is open daily between 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM.
  • Parking is free.
  • Discount rates are given to groups of 15 or more.
  • Tickets can be purchased on site until 4:00 PM daily.I'm 
  • Some hotels offer a hotel-tour package. Consult the Flaming Gardens website for more information.
  • If you're so inclined, bring a little cash to spend at the gift shops, tropical smoothie bar, and Flamingo Cafe.

Staying in Davie on a Budget

If you choose to stay in Davie, you'll find plenty of relatively affordable, fun activities for the entire family. History buffs will want to save an hour or two for some pioneer culture at the Old Davie School Museum. Art lovers, especially those with small children, will enjoy the educational Young at Art museum, a member of the American Alliance of Museums. Davie also boasts 165 miles of scenic trails for exercise enthusiasts and a quaint "equestrian lifestyle" you can't find in most American cities anymore.

Have Affordable Fun in Ft. Lauderdale

If you prefer to spend the night in the vibrant metropolis of Ft. Lauderdale, you'll still be just a short 20-mile drive from the botanical gardens. In this world-renowned "spring break" epicenter, you'll find sandy beaches, artistic venues, a cosmopolitan culture, and a rollicking nightlife. Catch a show at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, entertain the kids at the Museum of Discovery and Science, or dip your toes in the salty-fresh Atlantic waves.