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The Atlanta Botanical Garden & Discovery Center is the largest scientific and educational nonprofit in the Southeast United States. It offers the most diverse set of permanent flower displays and temporary floral displays of any single institution in the United States. The park's site is 11. 5 acres.
The first phase of the Garden opened in May, 2015, showcasing 7-acres of outdoor garden rooms, woodland walking trails, visitor center with gift shop, and 2000-seat amphitheater. The 1.5 acre Children’s Garden opened in early 2020. The Garden is a cultural center for the community hosting exciting exhibitions, events, concerts and educational programs throughout the year.
www.eventective.com)Host your special event in the serenity of the Gainesville woodlands conveniently located just minutes from the bustling downtown square. Indoor/outdoor space for 10 to 40 people make the Garden perfect for all your event needs. Spaces are available for weddings, meetings, memorials, business luncheons, graduation celebrations, and more. (Source:
www.weddingwire.com)Atlanta Botanical Garden Gainesville is a banquet hall wedding venue located in Gainesville, Georgia. The original Botanical Garden was founded back in 1973 and quickly gained popularity and became the sprawling floral paradise that it is today. The Garden expanded and eventually opened its second location in Gainesville in 2015. This new site is proud to offer the largest conservation nursery in the entire Southeast. Visitors will also find a wide range and variety of plants and landscapes. In addition to these natural beauties, the Garden is also known for hosting many different cultural events. The entire property has been meticulously planned and carefully maintained and offers a gorgeous backdrop for you to exchange your vows and host your reception. Other celebratory events such as your engagement party, bridal shower, and rehearsal dinner can be held on the property as well. (Source:
Project Scope: Installation of 4,000 tons of subgrade, gravel and topsoil, a 400,000 LF irrigation system, 2,900 shrubs, 19,000 perennials/annuals/groundcover, and 625 trees, stone curb, concrete flatwork, concrete walls, pavers and water features.
April 9, 2015 - Gainesville - The Atlanta Botanical Garden is opening its Gainesville satellite facility May 2, which includes an amphitheater, walking paths and greenhouses. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM Creeping phlox adorns a hillside at the new Atlanta Botanical Garden, Gainesville. Photo: Bob Andres