Join us on Earth Day Eve for an Earth Day Celebration at Miami Beach Botanical Garden , Friday, April 21, 2017, 5 p.m. -10 p.m. Celebrate sustainable practices and green living with an evening of mindfulness and music in the garden. Watch Coral Morphologic’s Coral Orgy Film Projections followed by the feature film: BEFORE THE FLOOD, National Geographic’s Documentary film from Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Fisher Stevens and Academy Award-winning actor, and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio. BEFORE THE FLOOD presents a riveting account of the dramatic changes now occurring around the world due to climate change. There will be a sunset Yoga practice with Tropical Vinyasa, beverages and savory snacks, Green Vendors &a live DJ. This will be an outdoor screening . Bring a Picnic Blanket. Tickets@mbgarden.org/tickets,Suggested donation $15. All proceeds benefit Mother Earth.
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Earth Day Celeberation in the Garden 04/21/2017 - 5:00pm
There is so much to do at the Garden!
Come visit the garden and see everything the beautiful space has to offer.
See all the different variations of plantlife in the garden and learn more about each species.
Location of the Garden
Frequently Asked Questions
The Garden has free admission!
The Garden is open 9 to 5, Tuesday through Sunday. We are closed Christmas Day and New Year's Day, and close early on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
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Due to the recent closure of the Convention Center and Convention Center Drive for ongoing renovations, visitors to the Garden must now use Meridian Avenue coming north from Lincoln Road, as their main access street. Turn right at 19th Street (the Holocaust Memorial) and follow signs to the main entrance. We apologize for any inconvenience.Parking is available at the 17th St. Parking lot at 599 17th St. for $1 and hour. .
The Garden shares a parking lot with the neighboring Holocaust Memorial on 19th Street, making the two attractions perfect to visit in tandem. A fence separates the Garden from the Memorial. You must exit the Garden through the main gate located at the corner of Convention Center Drive and 19th. Turn right down 19th Street and you will see the entrance to the Holocaust Memorial on your right at the end of the block.
Smoking is allowed in designated areas. Please help keep our air and earth clean by disposing your butts properly.