Are you looking for a fun outdoor Halloween party that is safe and enjoyable? Wonder Gardens plans to have a fun trick-or treat with treats and other surprises Sunday, October 31st.
The lush botanical gardens are open to children, who can interact with over 300 non-releasable, rehabilitated and rescued birds and reptiles. “Alligator sweet teeth”There are trick-or-treat stations set up by local businesses. You can also find a WonderWeen Scavenger Hunt and Tic Ta Toe. There’s even a pumpkin throw.
Wonder Gardens members are welcome to wear costumes, but they are not required. Children under three years old are admitted free of charge, at $ 7 per child, for ages 3- to 12, for ages 13 through 64, for ages 13 through 64, and for those 65+, for $ 10. A parent must accompany the child. Visit wondergardens.org for more information or phone 239-992-2591.
Wonder Gardens is at 27180 Old 41 Rd., Bonita Springs.
About Wonder Gardens
Bonita Springs’ non-profit botanical park, The Wonder Gardens, houses rescued reptiles and birds. It is nestled amid sprawling banyan trees. This non-profit preserves the most important aspects of the 85 year history of the site and provides educational programs and other events to further engage those who enjoy the gem located in downtown Bonita Springs. Wonder Gardens is one of Old Florida’s few remaining landmarks. This garden at 27180 Old 41 Road, Bonita Springs serves as an iconic symbol and learning resource about the region’s wildlife and history. Visit wondergardens.org for more information or phone 239-992-2591.
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