Flamingo Gardens in Davie, FL

3750 South Flamingo RoadDavie, FL 33330
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Flamingo Gardens is a one stop Eco Experience featuring the Wray Botanical Collection and the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary. This 60 acre, not for profit, facility provides the perfect backdrop for the native species that reside here. You can study Alligators, Otters, Flamingos, Florida Panthers, Bobcats and a host of birds that inhabit our Free-Flight Aviary and Bird Center.

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Good To Know

  • Open Daily 9:30am - 5:00pm Last entry at 4:00pm.
  • ​Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days.
  • Closed early at 4:00pm Christmas Eve & New Year's Eve. Last ticket sold at 3:00pm, for these days.
  • FREE Parking.
  • WRAY HOME MUSEUM offers Self-guided Tours from 10:00am - 4:30pm.
  • Narrated Tram Tours are included in your admission.


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The Wray Botanical Collection and Arboretum at Flamingo Gardens consists of 15 acres with over 3000 tropical and sub-topical plants and trees. The Arboretum is home to 15 "Champion" trees, the largest trees of their species as designated by the Florida Forest Service, including the largest single-trunk tree in the Florida. Specialty gardens include the Croton Garden, Butterfly Garden, Hummingbird Garden, Florida Wildflower Garden, Bromeliad Garden, and Children's Garden.

The Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary at Flamingo Gardens provides residence to permanently injured and non-releasable birds and animals. It has the distinction of being the largest collection of Florida native wildlife in the State with over 85 native species including alligators, bobcats, panthers, otters, eagles, peacocks, and, of course, flamingos. It also contains one of the largest free-flight aviaries in the country and one of the premier River Otter breeding programs.

The centerpiece of the gardens is a natural hammock of 200-year-old Live Oak trees dripping with species orchids and epiphytes. Amid the trees is the historic Wray Home Museum, built-in 1933 by Floyd L. and Jane Wray as a weekend retreat. It is the oldest residence in Broward County west of University Drive. The building was restored in 1991 to depict a typical South Florida country home of the 1930s and is open to the public with guided tours from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm seven days a week.

Live presentations featuring several of Florida’s native wildlife, such as birds of prey, small mammals, and reptiles, with interesting facts about the species and their relationship to the environment

NARRATED TRAM TOURS Available on a first-come serve basis at the park.
Take a narrated tram ride through the back 46 acres consisting of a mitigated tropical rainforest, wetlands area, and a native hammock including some of the last natural jungle growth in South Florida. The tour is fully narrated, lasting approximately 25 minutes.
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Flamingo Gardens is located at 3750 South Flamingo RoadDavie, FL 33330
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Frequently Asked Questions about Flamingo Gardens

Where is Flamingo Gardens located?

3750 S Flamingo Road, Davie, Florida 33330 ​(between Griffin Road and I-595)

Are there parking fees?

No, parking is FREE.

Is it appropriate for all ages?


Are wheelchairs and strollers available to rent?

- Single Scooterbug Stroller- $5* - Double Scooterbug Stroller- $7* - Manual Wheelchair- $6* - Electric Wheelchair- $25* *plus tax and deposit. I.D. surrender required for rental.

May I bring food and a cooler?

No outside food or coolers are permitted. Flamingo Gardens serves food daily at the Flamingo Cafe and at the Tropical Marketplace.

What animals are at the Flamingo Gardens?

Flamingo Gardens Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary gives residence to permanently injured and non-releasable birds and animals, and is home to the largest collection of Florida native wildlife- including alligators, bear, bobcats, eagles, otters, panthers, peacocks, and flamingos.

Are pets permitted?

No pets are permitted. Because they are a wildlife sanctuary with injured birds and animals, only service animals individually trained to provide specific work or tasks for the legally disabled protected by the ADA are allowed entrance. Any other animals that provide only comfort or emotional support for their owners are not permitted including but not limited to companion animals, emotional support animals, and therapy dogs. Service Animals are not allowed in the open-air Aviary, where direct exposure to dogs may cause undue agitation to the injured birds. Arrangements may be made in advance for the guests with Service Animals to visit the Aviary.