Sunken Gardens is at 1825 Fourth St. N. In the 1920s avid gardener George Turner began charging visitors a nickel to stroll among his garden's lush foliage; he officially opened it to tourists in 1935. Today visitors can follow paths that meander among ponds, waterfalls and exotic plants. Butterflies, flamingos and macaws live in the garden. Horticultural programs are offered throughout the year.
Pets are not permitted. Guided tours are available by appointment.
Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.