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Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

  • Address:
    9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court
    Vienna, VA 22182
  • Phone:
    (703) 255-3631
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Meadowlark Gardens Regional Park is one of the hidden treasures of Fairfax County, especially with its recent addition of an authentic Korean Bell Garden. This public Bell Garden is the only one of its kind in the Western Hemisphere and is a symbol of the friendship between Virginia and South Korea. Along with the Bell Garden, a picturesque gazebo and three sparkling lakes surrounded by weeping cherry trees and a profusion of colorful blooms—azaleas, lilies, daffodils and so much more—grace this 100-plus acre garden park. Large ornamental gardens and native plant collections are featured, and the park’s walking trails offer first-rate viewing for visitors. Children will love the interactive children's garden at Meadowlark, which features a garden tea party set-up, a bat cave surrounded by sand, helpful signs to teach the different scents and textures of plants, and more. Take classes and workshops and enjoy the beautiful nature Meadowlark offers all year round.