Flamingo Gardens

Flamingo Gardens is a 60-acre (24 ha), not-for-profit wildlife sanctuary, aviary, and botanical garden located just west of Fort Lauderdale. The Gardens were originally the property of Floyd L. and Jane Wray, who in 1933 built a home and citrus grove on what was then the edge of the Everglades, where they started a botanical collection of tropical and subtropical fruit trees and shrubs. After decades of delighting the public with their home and gardens, Mr. Wray passed away in 1969. Mrs. Wray established the Floyd L. Wray Memorial Foundation to honor her late husband and to preserve the property and its gardens for future generations.[1] The Wray Home is now a museum illustrating a country home in the early 1930s.

Experiences &

amenities:

  • Botanic Gardens

  • Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Wray Home Museum

  • Tram Tour

  • Wildlife Encounter Shows

  • Events (CALENDAR)

  • Classes

  • Event & Photography Rentals

  • Gift Shop and Dining

address:

3750 S Flamingo Rd, Davie, FL 33330

Phone:

(954) 473-2955

Hours:

Everyday: 9:30am - 5:00pm

Ticket Booth closes at 4:00pm

Check Shows, Tram Tours and Museum hours HERE

admission fee:

-Adults (ages 12+) $19.95

-Children (ages 3-11)- $12.95

-Children ages 2 and under are free. 

Members of Flamingo Gardens admitted free.

Narrated Tram Tour is included with admission.