Sorry, Joni Mitchell, but the garden is free. You should donate while there, though, because it's very beautiful and that takes a lot of effort. This winter visit found the garden a little short on color but still quite breathtaking. The walk down into the ravine is well worth the effort - and it is an effort! This is a... 更多
Mostly in shade this garden remains cooler during Oahu's hot days. An excellent collection of plants; free; few visitors. Depending on the time of year return visits will discover new attractions.
Visited the Wahiawa Botanical Gardens in February 2017. The gardens have good walking paths and tracks but there are some of the gardens that are only accessible via stairs. There are is a great variety of species of plants and trees throughout the garden.
We really wanted to go to a Botanical Garden and this one was free. It was very quiet and empty so we had the place almost to ourselves. You can get a map for a nice self-guided tour. There are different levels of paths depending on how mobile you are. It's not huge but it satisfied us. We went to... 更多
This is a free Botanical Garden. We even tried to give a donation as we left and the gentleman didn't seem to know what to do with the money. We enjoyed walking down to the gulch on several different paths. There was trees, flowers and other plant life that we enjoyed. The people were helpful and friendly.
This is a little hidden park that few know about or visit. You may pass it if you aren't looking for if, so be alert. It's a free park and a good place to take your lunch and sit under the huge trees of many different varieties. Take a short walk down one of the trails . Nothing is very... 更多
This garden is a 27-acre property just east of the Kamehameha Hwy (Hwy 99). It is a lovely mix of a variety of plants from around the world ranging from small, creeping plants to gigantic trees that almost soar out of sight. There are areas with paved paths and other, wilder parts that are more of a challenge to walk.... 更多
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.