Skip to content

Myriad Botanical Gardens

Myriad Botanical Gardens
The Myriad Botanical Gardens is a 17-acre botanical garden and interactive urban park located in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on the … See more


Any rating
Loading reviews...
Nov 15, 2022
Since the conservatory was closed we could only do the outside ~ with that being said we Still was there for close to 3 hours. there is many different levels to this garden, and for the most part th… Full review by colleen c
Jun 26, 2022
Lots of variety in the gardens - some beds, some slopes, some water, some places for children to play, etc. We liked the sage plantings in particular. The signature feature, the large cylindrical gl… Full review by ems_jls
May 5, 2022
Nice visit, but unfortunately the Crystal bridge was closed. A great place to walk, stretch your legs, and enjoy the flora. Full review by jimsA6389OD


Plenty of Incredible Sights to Enjoy
The Myriad Botanical Gardens play host to beautiful gardens representing the popular flora of Oklahoma. Other highlights of the gardens include regular art exhibits and even an ice-skating rink. Guests of all ages will find things to love when they visit here. With 15 acres of grounds, visitors will find plenty of incredible sights to enjoy. There are 15 gardens altogether, each with a unique collection. Some of the highlights include a seasonal garden, prairie garden, dog park, and a children's garden. The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory boasts thousands of desert and tropical plants, with 750 varieties to enjoy in total. There are several waterfalls with heights of 35 feet. The biggest highlight of the conservatory is the sky bridge, which allows visitors to view all the gardens from the top. Art is also a significant feature of these gardens. Some of the art includes permanent sculptures, such as "friendship" featuring two prairie dogs, "Storyteller's Chair" crafted of wood, "Goldfish" in limestone, and the red abstract "Gateway" sculpture. Several events take place at the gardens regularly, including the Oklahoma City Flower and Garden Festival that occurs in May. This festival features dozens of vendors who have fascinating items for attendees to buy. Visitors can take advantage of free guided tours, as well as programs to learn more about gardening. Family-friendly classes have included an introduction to bulbs and plants used for wreath-making. Why You Should Visit Hundreds of plant species spanning different types of habitats. Enjoy catching interesting programs to help you with your gardening at home. Tips The website for the gardens has an explorer feature that visitors can easily access on their phones to find each garden.

Reviews from the web


Eat and drink

See all restaurants

Where to stay

See all

Nearby events

See all
Data from: Wikipedia · TripAdvisor
Wikipedia text under CC-BY-SA license