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/// About Gardens in Naples

Naples is home to beautiful Gardens with a wide variety of plants, lush foliage, and vibrant color.


Enjoy a visit to a Naples' Gardens. There is much lush foliage and beautiful color. Be amazed by the brightness of the foliage and flowers of tropical plants.


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/// Collier County Museum

Thousands visit the Garden every year for a place of serenity or just for gardening tips.

About Garden

The Collier County Museum Garden is host to many entertaining and spectacular events that take place throughout the year. To find out more about what's going on the Garden, contact the Museum Horticulturist at 239.774.8476 Garden Hours: Grounds open Monday-Friday 9 am to 5 pm and Saturdays 9am to 4pm (Open year round except for national and county holidays)

Directions to the Garden

The entrance to the 3301 Tamiami Trail East Just minutes from downtown Naples, FL. The Garden is easily accessible via public transportation or by automobile. Garden Admission: Garden visitors are admitted free, while donations are accepted at the Museum.

/// Naples Botanical Gardens

About Garden

Take a journey through the Naples Botanical Garden Uplands Preserve, on to the Oak Scrub and Pine Flatwoods and discover some of Florida’s most interesting and Rare plants and animals.

Directions to the Garden

Summer Hours June 1-September 30 Thursday-Sat 10 a.m. -2PM
Interested in becoming a Naples Botanical Garden volunteer, please contact the VolunteerResource Center
Contact Information:
4820 Bayshore Dr
Naples, FL 34112
(239) 643-7275

/// Caribbean Gardens

In 1919, Dr. Henry Nehrling founded the Botanical Garden now known as Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens.

About Garden

Today, Zoo guests can join a Master Gardener for a guided tour through the mature foliage of the historic garden. In Naples Zoo, you will find exotic animals surrounded by the mature trees and exotic plants of a historic tropical garden founded in 1919. As the botanical collection was planted fifty years before the animals were introduced, the exhibits carefully maximize the space around decades old trees. Because of this special need to conserve space, you will be very close to the animals -- often just three or four steps away!


Tours Offered Once a Day. The 20 to 30 minute tour of select plants and trees is offered 7 days a week in cooperation with the Master Gardeners program at the Collier County Extension of the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
Contact Information:
Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens
190 Goodlette-Frank Road
Naples,Florida 34102

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