5 Beautiful Botanical Gardens in Alaska!
Alaska looks absolutely stunning all year round. From its majestic mountain scenery to its vast wildlife, it’s no surprise this state is a popular tourist destination. To experience all of Alaska’s beauty, take a visit to its best botanical gardens and arboretums for a chance to explore and appreciate nature.
Alaska Botanical Garden is a paradise of colorful blooms and breathtaking views. From wildflowers to native trees, this nonprofit museum of plants and art lets you explore and appreciate Alaska's gardens and natural areas. Enjoy a relaxing stroll in the woodland grounds as you breathe in the fresh Alaskan air and soak in the breathtaking views.
The Georgeson Botanical Garden is part of the University of Alaska and boasts five acres of subarctic horticulture. Immerse yourself in its tranquil grounds featuring beautiful flowers, plants, and trees, and take the opportunity to learn more about Alaskan botany.
Have an unforgettable outing at Glacier Gardens. This family-run business offers visitors a chance to explore the lush beauty of Juneau, where you can find peaceful paths to hike down and plenty of beautiful plants and flowers to admire in the natural landscape.
Located in Juneau, the Jensen-Olson Arboretum is an educational center focused on horticulture and land stewardship. Explore the breathtaking grounds featuring wildflowers, trees, shrubs and more. Plus, get involved and volunteer at the Arboretum for a chance to give back and support the local community.
Take a stroll to Anchorage's Town Square Park to take in the vibrant flower beds of the Centennial Rose Garden. Boasting 460 city beds of flowers, you’ll be surrounded by a dazzling display of dahlias, fuchsias, and begonias, as well as hanging baskets of flowers in the classic blue and gold of the state flag.
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