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Bellevue Botanical Garden

Parent Category: Gardens
Created: 30 October 2014
Address: 12001 Main Street
Bellevue, WA
Hours: Sunrise till Sunset
Acreage: 53

Photo from King County, Bellevue, Bellevue Botanical Garden

Pictures below will take you on a virtual tour to the colorful botanical garden! Enjoy this autumn scenery!

What can be found in the garden:

  • Views
  • Different kinds of plants and trees
  • Educational possibilities
  • Rental possibilities

Photo from King County, Bellevue, Bellevue Botanical Garden

Washington’s Bellevue Botanical Garden is a popular urban refuge that consists of 53 acres of gorgeous meadows, woodlands, wetlands and breathtaking ornamental gardens. This gem is perfect for passive recreation, photography, walking and education.

Bellevue Botanical Garden is open daily from sunrise to sunset and is free. Every season is beautiful here, but fall is gorgeous. Fall is the time when visitors enjoy impressive fall colors and elegance of the plants and trees. Look at the pictures below and feel the beauty and serenity of this place.

Photo from King County, Bellevue, Bellevue Botanical Garden

Bellevue Botanical Garden consists of 11 parts. You will be able to see an alpine rock garden, entrance garden, dahlia garden, ground cover garden, fuchsia garden, native discovery garden, water-wise garden, perennial border, the Japanese Yao garden with beautiful maples and hydrangeas, and Lost Meadow Trail with characteristic trees such as western red cedar, Douglas-fir, Bigleaf maple, vine maple, etc. Visit this place; enjoy the trees that are ablaze with colors and feel rustling leaves under your feet.

Photo from King County, Bellevue, Bellevue Botanical Garden

Another popular event in the garden is the holiday light festival Garden d’Lights. During this light festival guests enjoy sculptures of plants and animals made from Christmas lights. The festival starts on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving and runs for 36 days. It should be said that hundreds of volunteers play an important role in the preparation of the festival.


From I-405

Take the N.E. 8th Street East exit. Turn right on N.E. 120th Avenue. N.E. 120th Avenue curves slightly to the right and becomes N.E. First Street. Turn left onto Main Street. The garden will be on your right.

These pictures were taken on October 27, 2014


In order to get the directions click on the link below:

Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Alex Mandryko

Information: Marina Petrova

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