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  • Fort Lauderdale: Flamingo Gardens Entry Ticket

    1. Fort Lauderdale: Flamingo Gardens Entry Ticket

    Experience a taste of tropical Florida as soon as you enter Flamingo Gardens with a jungle of tropical trees, plants, and over 1,000 orchids. Enjoy a wildlife encounter show presented three times a day, watch playful river otters, and meet some of the animals protected by the sanctuary, such as Josh, a native black bear. Take a narrated 30-minute tram tour through the back 50 acres and experience three different ecosystems, as well as the largest cycad collection in the United States. Stay on the tram the entire time or disembark to discover the Wetlands, the Cycad Garden, the Native Plant Walkway, the Wildflower Garden or the Mango Grove. Visit the Birds of Prey Center, and walk through a half-acre aviary with over 250 wetland birds native to Florida. Step into the past in the historic Wray Home Museum, built in 1933, and stop in the gallery for different shows and exhibits. Tour guid...

    We were looking for something to do before our evening flight home. This was the perfect place to spend a few hours. It was not crowded, and there are lots of flowers to see, along with about 639269 peacocks that wander the grounds. Love that this is a wildlife rehabilitation center, and all of the animals are rescues. Bonus: they had a spot to hold our luggage while we toured the place!

  • The Miami Sightseeing Day Pass – 35+ Attractions

    2. The Miami Sightseeing Day Pass – 35+ Attractions

    Drink from the fountain of youth and feel young again in the coastal waters of South Florida with the Miami Sightseeing Day Pass, your key to the best outdoor beach activities, downtown outings, and wildlife experiences in Miami, Key West, and Fort Lauderdale. Select from 1, 2, 3, or 5 days, and enjoy over 35 of the partnered attractions, tours, and wild adventures that interest you most. Recommended for first time visitors to Miami, as well as active travelers with an open itinerary. With the Sightseeing Pass, take advantage of full admission to attractions, saving you up to 55% of total visitation costs. See Florida’s natural icons, like the opulent and pink residents of the Flamingo Gardens; meet the diverse marine specimens at the Miami Seaquarium; and travel about the immersive and educational zoo space at Jungle Island. Step deep into the wild of the Everglades on the hunt for all...

  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale: Sightseeing Pass for 35+ Attractions

    3. Miami/Fort Lauderdale: Sightseeing Pass for 35+ Attractions

    Enjoy Miami and Fort Lauderdale with access to over 35 attractions, tours, and wild adventures all over the coastal heart of South Florida, including the best outdoor beach activities, downtown outings, and wildlife experiences in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Key West. With the option to select 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 attractions, take advantage of full admission to attractions, saving you up to 55% of total visitation costs and no fixed start date. Recommended for visitors with limited time for sightseeing who want to visit only a few of the most popular attractions. Visit South Beach for some well-deserved time to recline and tan, then dive into your choice of watersports, like kayaking, paddle-boarding, parasailing, and snorkeling. Travel with ease downtown on a Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus tour to check out Bayfront Park or Morningside Park. Plus, enjoy exclusive access to activities and discounts i...

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What people are saying about Flamingo Gardens

We were looking for something to do before our evening flight home. This was the perfect place to spend a few hours. It was not crowded, and there are lots of flowers to see, along with about 639269 peacocks that wander the grounds. Love that this is a wildlife rehabilitation center, and all of the animals are rescues. Bonus: they had a spot to hold our luggage while we toured the place!

We enjoyed the walk around the park seeing all of the fantastic trees, plants and animals. The trolley ride is fun it takes you to see mango trees, avocado trees, and more!

I guess you do an excellent job there, kind and gentile guides, make you feel you're part of every park's corner.

It was outdoors, the staff were very helpful, and the sanctuary was beautiful.

It was a great experience for my grandchildren and us!