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Honolulu Botanical Gardens

Settled in five different locations, the Honolulu Botanical Gardens are gorgeous spots to spend the day with the butterflies, admiring the flowers, or camping with friends and family for the weekend. In a world of crazy schedules and electronic devices, put the phones and emails away for a while and stop to smell the roses. Experience the beauty of nature and enjoy the calm and quiet of the outdoors. Stay close to these beautiful havens at the hotels near the Honolulu Botanical Gardens.

Glorious Gardens

Whether you are an avid lover of the outdoors or you simply enjoy a bug-free stroll occasionally, the Honolulu Botanical Gardens are the perfect spots for you. With something for everyone in their different locations, the gardens offer gorgeous sites to appreciate the splendor of the world around you. Plus, there are different hotels near the Honolulu Botanical Gardens so you can stay close by in the perfect accommodation for you.

The weekends are a great time to visit the Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden. You can enjoy a guided tour or fishing in the catch-and-release program. Bamboo poles can be borrowed on a first-come-first-serve basis. Or spend the entire weekend in nature when you reserve a camping spot within these lush 400 acres.

Nestled in downtown Honolulu, the Foster Botanical Garden is home to 14 acres of historic trees and the Glen Cycad Collection. There is also a butterfly garden and Conservatory to enjoy. Planted in 1850 by Dr. William Hillebrand, this garden is the starting inspiration for the Honolulu Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a guided tour weekdays.

60 acres of plants call this desert-like, crater location home at the Koko Crater Garden. Here is a large collection of rare dryland plants such as dryland palms, cactus, and a plumeria grove. Enjoy exploring this garden on a self-guided tour following the map provided. It features a two mile loop and will take you less than two hours to hike the trails.

Once an arboretum for sugar planters, this 27 acre garden and ravine is a gorgeous spot. Known as the “tropical jewel” of the Honolulu Botanical Gardens, the Wahiawa Botanical Garden is home to Epiphytic plants, tree ferns, and Hawaiian native plants.

Previously owned by the last monarch of Hawaii, Queen Lili’uokalani donated the land for the joy of the public. This land is now the Lili’uokalani Botanical Garden and is used for the development and cultivation of native Hawaiian plants.

Additional Info

The Honolulu Botanical Gardens are closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Admission is free for most of the Gardens but there is a nominal admission fee for the Foster Botanical Garden.

Hotels Near the Honolulu Botanical Gardens

Whether you’ve come to Hawaii for the beaches, business, or exclusively for the tropical beauty of nature, you’ll want to stay at the convenient hotels near the Honolulu Botanical Gardens. With amenities like on-site dining, ocean views, outdoor pools, and well-equipped fitness centers, you know you can expect the most welcoming accommodations, warm hospitality, and gorgeous locations in Honolulu.