The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is located in Boca Raton Florida which represents Japanese culture and arts in a very unique manner. It is an ideal place to visit with your family and friends. It represents the culture and life style of ancients Japan. This facility has two main buildings. George Morikami donated this place to Palm Beach County to be used as a park. If you have a keen interest in Japanese culture and history then it is the best place for you to visit. In this blog you will read top five reviews about Morikami Museum in Boca Raton Florida at TripAdvisior.
Top five reviews about Morikami Museum
Das4545 from Naples, Florida says:
This is a very well maintained Japanese garden. Stroll about 1 mile through the easy path. Lots of turtles and koi. A number of rock gardens. There is a beautiful contemplation site. Very nice way to spend a few hours. The restaurant is great. Nice gift shop.
Colleen H from Budd Lake says:
Japanese gardens that include turtles, koi, waterfalls, bonsai, traditional Japanese building with museum, both in the gardens and in the main building. Gift shop is gorgeous and all authentic Japanese things to buy. Quiet, usually busy on the weekends, lots of benches, places to meditate and chat, and bring your camera. Great for photo shoots, too.
zee109 from Coral Springs, Florida says:
I love the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. If you want to enjoy a nice afternoon in a very serene place, this is where you can distress and enjoy the outdoors and beautiful Gardens. I highly recommend a visit to the Gardens and the Museum. You will learn the history and you can enjoy a reasonably nice Japanese lunch.
Jaye W from Norwich, Ohio says:
Great afternoon activity for family, friends, or some alone time. The gardens are a beautiful spot for a nice nature walk. The trail is about a mile with waterfalls, hidden areas, and a great chance to see wildlife like birds, turtles, iguanas and butterflies.
jdjay from Little Rock, Arkansas says:
My husband and I spent a leisurely 3 1/2 hours here exploring these beautiful gardens. There are various gardens in different Japanese styles. After you pay admission, there is a 5 minute presentation about the origin of the gardens. Docents are available to provide information and they are extremely helpful.