Admission to Nature Connects at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden (Up to 17% Off). Two Options Available.

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A fun, outdoor exhibition of large sculptures made with more than 700,000 LEGO® bricks, Nature Connects® highlights animals and nature

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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
September 4, 2022
Awesome place to visit
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
September 3, 2022
Enjoyable day. Fairchild always is such a great space, with a positive vibe. With or without the legos it’s worth a visit!
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Rating of 3 out of 5 stars
August 30, 2022
There is no denying that Fairchild Gardens is beautiful however we were greatly disappointed on this visit. We planned our visit specifically for our grandchildren ages 7 and 5 to see the Lego exhibit and the butterfly exhibit. Since we are in the dead heat of August in Miami we went on the assumption that the tram runs throughout the day and relied on using the tram to help alleviate the heat. You can imagine how surprised we were to learn that the tram stops running at 1 pm even though the garden is open until 5 pm. Additionally, the butterfly exhibit closes at 4 pm. Neither of these two points is well communicated or advertised.
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
August 28, 2022
It's a beautiful place, you must have to go to know that place in order to have a direct touch with Nature. We really enjoy the day. Very impressive the Lego presentation.
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
August 27, 2022
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About This Deal

  • What’s included: Admission to the Nature Connects and Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
  • Opening hours: daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • The exhibition includes thousands of loose LEGO® bricks for visitors to use their imagination and build with during their visit
  • Free admission for children aged 5 and younger

Nature Connects®: Art with LEGO® Bricks

30 giant sculptures featuring 700,000 LEGO® pieces…800 life-size building blocks…83-acres of paradise… Nature Connects is a must see, one of a kind exhibit!

This summer at Fairchild, we’re connecting it all for you with Nature Connects®, an award-winning, record-breaking sculptural exhibition made entirely with LEGO® pieces by acclaimed artist Sean Kenney. Sparking a joyful sense of wonder in those both young and young-at-heart, Nature Connects® asks: just as LEGO bricks interconnect, how is our natural world interconnected? At times whimsical, gripping, and awe-inspiring, the exhibition is sure to inspire budding artists, ecologists, botanists and builders to dream big! The whole family can marvel at gravity-defying and astoundingly precise structures while discovering new ways of looking at the connected world of nature! And create your very own sculptures with hundreds of giant building blocks!

From tinker sessions in our Innovation studio and scavenger hunts that will take you on exciting adventures, to exotic butterflies and cloud forest joy, this summer at Fairchild is sure to be the best one yet!

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Promotional value expires Aug 28, 2022. All Sales Final. Not valid May 30, June 19, July 4, or July 9-10. This is a ticket for use to Nature Connects. Expires on 08/28/2022 . Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

Since 1938, the keepers of the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden have cultivated more than 85 acres of floral displays with a mixture of science and art. The gardens are lush with plants valuable to scientists and educators, and the tropical landscapes designed by William Lyman Phillips are like ever-evolving canvases, blooming and fading as the seasons change. Most of the palms, cycads, flowering trees, and vines were collected from the wild, but the grounds also harbor endangered plant species.

Guides give English and Spanish tram tours as well as walking tours through specific parts of the gardens, or visitors can explore the displays at their leisure, wandering through the 16,428-square foot two-level Tropical Plant Conservatory exhibit, which blooms with orchids, fruit trees, and rare palms. Cascading waterfalls punctuate the stream flowing through the 2-acre Richard H. Simons Rainforest, where visitors admire the diverse plant life and reflect on the worldwide threat of rapidly vanishing rainforests. The Wings of the Tropics exhibit features thousands of exotic butterflies with tropical fish and rare plant life. Butterflies are released twice daily and the Butterfly Metamorphosis Lab lets kids experience them up close. The water gardens combine tranquility pools with waterfalls, sculptures, and lily pads to evoke a sense of calm.