Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
This Tropical Botanic Garden is found near the coast along Old Cutler Road. Robert H. Montgomery established the gardens in 1936. He named it after his friend David Fairchild, a well-known plant explorer. Many plants collected by Fairchild are still growing in the gardens today. The Gardens act a community hub for Coral Gables. It hosts many of the regular and annual events held in the Gables. Also, many educational camps and lectures take place there year round. Scientific research and wildlife conservation are two of the main tasks dealt to scientists that work at the gardens. Many art exhibits and concerts can be experienced on the premises year-round.
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