Take a staff-led daily tour included with Garden admission. Reserve your spot in person the day of your visit by checking in with a staff member at the Information Station Kiosk on the Smith Entry Prow. Please arrive early, as these free tours are popular and fill up quickly! Each tour is 45 minutes with up to 16 guests per tour.
Refer to the Daily Schedule posted in the Garden upon arrival to view the tour schedule for the day.
About the Tours
History & Highlights: Discover the beauty of the cultivated gardens, learn highlights of our history and conservation efforts, and immerse yourself in landscape design in this guided journey through Naples Botanical Garden.
Natural Areas: Naples Botanical Garden is the ideal place for people to learn about native Florida ecosystems and best practices for conservation. Learn about the habitats and wildlife in the Preserve on this guided walk.
Orchids & Epiphytes: Naples Botanical Garden has a great variety of orchids and epiphytes growing throughout the gardens. Join us on a guided journey to look up, down, and all around at these plants that may be hiding in plain sight!
Water Features & Aquatic Plants: Take a deeper look at the water features throughout the Garden! On this guided walk, you will learn about aquatic plants and the hidden secrets of our water features.
Cacti & Succulents: Discover the vast and surprising world of cacti and succulents. More than sharp spines, these plants have spent thousands of years adapting to the driest climates on the planet.
Pollinators & Plants: Discover the world of pollinators, big and small. From bees to bats to snails, you’ll gain insight into the irresistible lures plants have developed to pique a pollinator’s interest; thus, ensuring each party’s survival.
Plants Mexico Gave the World: Discover a variety of popular plants that hail from Mexico. From the food on your plates to the décor in your yard, Mexican plants help societies flourish and nourish populations across the globe.
Comida Y Cultura: Discover the variety of edible plants from Mexico and the ways in which these plants have influenced not only Mexican culture, but cultures around the world.
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