Bok Tower Gardens boasts one of the greatest works of famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. The historic landscape garden was designed to be a contemplative and informal woodland setting with breathtaking views of the Singing Tower.
Hammock Hollow Children’s Garden as a place for kids to learn through power of the natural world and experience art in a tactile, meaningful way.
Larger-than-life indigo snake sculpture is a friendly fellow who surrounds a tot-sized sand circle encouraging sand play and motor skills. Grab a bucket and feel the sand between your fingers.
Cool off in the sparkling springs of River Walk and discover a refreshing display of fountains, spray jets, misters and foggers. Explore plenty of nooks and crannies along the Ledge Walk!
Jump, climb and scamper through a lively oak hammock that provides a sprawling yet shady canopy for physical and creative play!
Fox Den log climb, a Stick Stack for building kid-sized structures and forts, and the whimsical Fairy House Trail where garden fairies can be found living in houses built by children.
Take a walk through a Cabbage palm forest and play inside a Seminole-inspired Chickee Hut. The homestead has an outdoor kitchen with pots, pans and a vintage water hand pump.
The Sabal Stage is a venue for special artistic performances and serves as a springboard for impromptu theater with different animal costumes available for creative play.
Doodle Bug Art Place and Songbird Music Tree is a home for music and visual arts with a garden gallery to share your drawings and paintings with the next visitor. Tuned acoustic instruments allow visitors to make soft harmonic music evoking the rich musical heritage of Bok Tower Gardens. Parents and kids can also take a rest in the rope hammocks.
Climb and weave your way through this gigantic spider-web-inspired play structure.
Cool off by crawling underground into the Gopher Tortoise Burrow.
1151 Tower Blvd, Lake Wales, Florida, 33853