Lovely botanical garden. Best time to visit is when there is no rain as there is lots to see if one is interested in tropical plant and tree species. well maintained. Some plant tags are worn out. It is gentle 1.3 km uphill walk in hard surface with a steep but very short down hill incline to the falls. One... 更多
On the way to the Dole Plantation I stopped by the Wahiawa Botanical Gardens. Very peaceful small location with labeled flora that was very beautiful. All within 30 minutes from Honolulu.
The Wahiawa Botanical Garden is 27 acres of gorgeous tropical plants and towering trees, all well marked and connected by easily walkable paths--including many that are wheel chair and stroller accessible. Now owned by Honolulu, it is free and open seven days a week. A photographer's paradise.
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.