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A Date with History, Nature and Art at the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens

Get transported to the beginning of the 20th century at the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens, a 35-acre estate built on a barrier island. A part of the US National Register of Historic Places, the Bonnet House is named after Bonnet Lily. Lose yourself in the beauty of the finest orchid collections, go back in time in the museum or marvel at the art in the gallery. Do not forget to enjoy the casual fare at The Little Café in the property and take back a souvenir from the orchid shop as a lasting memory of your visit.


  • Prices: Adult $20, Children ages 6 -12 $16, Children under age 6 can enter for Free, [Active Military with ID $3 Off, Broward County Residents with ID $3 Off, Gardens Only $10, Tram Tour $5]
  • Hours: 9 am - 4 pm; Tuesday through Sunday


  • International Orchid and Garden Festival
  • Holiday Magic Soiree
  • Whimsical Wonderland - An Evening for Families
  • Concerts Under the Stars


  • Painting Workshops
  • Birding Classes
  • Basket Weaving
  • Art Gallery
  • Guided Tours


  • Can I bring a picnic lunch to the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens?

    Yes, guests are welcome to bring a picnic basket to the Bonnet House Museum and enjoy at the picnic tables in the garden. There is also a small café near the gift shop that offers light fare and drinks, or you could check out the many eateries and restaurants in the vicinity.
  • Do I need to pay for parking at the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens?

    There is plenty of free parking space available in the shaded area in the museum grounds and garden. It is just a short walk away from the main entrance.

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