Flamingo Gardens and Wildlife Sanctuary in Fort Lauderdale

Flamingo Gardens is a 60-acre, Tropical Botanic Garden and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary, aviary and zoo, located just west of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


Established in 1927, Flamingo Gardens is one of the oldest botanical gardens and attractions in South Florida. Spend the day in this 60-acre Botanical Garden and Everglade Wildlife Sanctuary. Flamingo Gardens features over 3000 species of rare & exotic, tropical, subtropical, and native plants and trees. Our wildlife sanctuary is home to the largest collection of native wildlife including alligators, bobcats, eagles, otters, panthers, peacock, and of course, flamingos!

Nestled throughout the gardens, you will experience more than 90 species of Florida native birds and animals – most permanently injured or non-releasable – in natural surrounds. Our half-acre Free-flight Aviary boasts over 250 wading birds representing over 45 species, and the Bird of Prey Center houses one of the largest raptor collections in the United States.

Tour the historic Wray Home Museum, take a narrated tram tour around the flora, fauna, and learn the history of the Florida Everglades… Flamingo Gardens Botanical Collection and Wildlife Sanctuary!


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