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Travelbug13Canada wrote a review Feb 2020
Calgary, Canada221 contributions86 helpful votes
The pools are all different temperatures, so you can enjoy warm, warmer and hot. A lot of people come to the gardens, but don't realize there are pools on site. The pools were absolutely empty when we were there mid-day. A well-kept secret!
Date of experience: February 2020
Ian H wrote a review Feb 2020
King's Lynn, United Kingdom347 contributions110 helpful votes
Story goes that Napoleans other half had a dip here. True or not after walking in heat they looked very inviting!
Date of experience: January 2020
Too Poor 2 wrote a review Dec 2019
Baltimore, Maryland302 contributions92 helpful votes
This is an attraction that has the Diamond Falls, the Nature gardens, and the Mineral baths together. To us, the botanical gardens was the best of the three. The Falls is only about 40 feet and not too exciting, although picture opportunities was done by every visitor. The botanical gardens was slightly more interesting with narratives for each flower. The mineral baths seem to be three small pools of mountain spring water and was not what we thought it would be. We thought it would be natural spring baths with wading areas. Well we need to research more next time. It's one of the 3 stops on the excursion and was more interesting than the mud baths.…
Date of experience: December 2019
honor wrote a review Nov 2019
Wallingford, Connecticut73 contributions19 helpful votes
Totally worth it while visiting diamond waterfall we stopped by an hour before closing no one was there had the place to ourselves!
Date of experience: November 2019
K&K wrote a review Nov 2019
20 contributions4 helpful votes
The walking around the garden is amazing and has an little write up on all the flowers and the history.
Date of experience: October 2019