Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

Named after philanthropist Lewis Ginter, the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens is 50-acres of horticultural fun for your group. Spend the day touring the gardens, which include the Cherry Tree Walk, Asian Valley, Cochrane Rose Garden, Woodland Walk, Edible Display Garden, and more. Groups will enjoy activities in the Children’s Garden, which include WaterPlay, climbing trees, and observing wildlife. Visit the Conservatory, also known as the “Jewel of the Garden,” which is an 11,000 square foot complex that features exotic plants, orchids, and many other floras. Educational programs on classification, taxonomy, and more are also available.

contact info

Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

Named after philanthropist Lewis Ginter, the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens is 50-acres of horticultural fun for your group. Spend the day touring the gardens, which include the Cherry Tree Walk, Asian Valley, Cochrane Rose Garden, Woodland Walk, Edible Display Garden, and more. Groups will enjoy activities in the Children’s Garden, which include WaterPlay, climbing trees, and observing wildlife. Visit the Conservatory, also known as the “Jewel of the Garden,” which is an 11,000 square foot complex that features exotic plants, orchids, and many other floras. Educational programs on classification, taxonomy, and more are also available.

contact info

Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

Named after philanthropist Lewis Ginter, the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens is 50-acres of horticultural fun for your group. Spend the day touring the gardens, which include the Cherry Tree Walk, Asian Valley, Cochrane Rose Garden, Woodland Walk, Edible Display Garden, and more. Groups will enjoy activities in the Children’s Garden, which include WaterPlay, climbing trees, and observing wildlife. Visit the Conservatory, also known as the “Jewel of the Garden,” which is an 11,000 square foot complex that features exotic plants, orchids, and many other floras. Educational programs on classification, taxonomy, and more are also available.

contact info

Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

Named after philanthropist Lewis Ginter, the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens is 50-acres of horticultural fun for your group. Spend the day touring the gardens, which include the Cherry Tree Walk, Asian Valley, Cochrane Rose Garden, Woodland Walk, Edible Display Garden, and more. Groups will enjoy activities in the Children’s Garden, which include WaterPlay, climbing trees, and observing wildlife. Visit the Conservatory, also known as the “Jewel of the Garden,” which is an 11,000 square foot complex that features exotic plants, orchids, and many other floras. Educational programs on classification, taxonomy, and more are also available.

contact info

We’ve moved from ClassTrips.com and CampDirectorsResources.com

Welcome to our new site

FieldTripDirectory.com