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We stopped at the Wahiawa Botanical gardens because of it unparalled beauty. They have tree's donated by different countries and many walking paths. bring your walking shoe's. They have many many shelter house's for cook-outs and familty gatherings. we got some beautiful picture as well. Well worth the visit.
My husband, 18 month old daughter and I visited here one Wednesday morning and throughly enjoyed it. The gardens are free and fairly expansive. There is a paved portion which although hilly is suitable for a stroller. The lower portion of the gardens is unpaved and so a baby carrier or equivalent would be required. All in all we throughly... 更多
It's free and they offer different classes. Its a great place to let the kids run around and most of the plants are labeled so they can learn to identify them.
We visit here every time we come to Oahu (7 times). The Wahiawa Botanical Garden is one of 5 botanical gardens on Oahu. In 1920 the Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association leased land from the state to test different tropical trees from all over the world in order to see what trees would grow in the climate of Hawaii and Wahiawa.... 更多
We saw some amazing huge trees so it’s easy to see that it is an old park from 1920, We found all kinds of tropical plants growing on the trees, we admired the world’s largest orchid which is huge – I would like to see it when it flowers, a gigantic bamboo garden, trees with all kind of funky roots.... 更多
Our family of 4 adults and 2 youngsters (ages 6 and 10) spent about 90 minutes exploring this beautiful spot. Packed a lunch, mosquito repellent and umbrella. There are not a lot of paths but the flora and fauna is really concentrated. Walk slowly, read all of the signs and learn lots. It began to rain more heavily toward the... 更多