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The Kampong

4013 S Douglas Rd, Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove, Miami, FL 33133-6840
+1 305-442-7169
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Private Half Day Miami City Tour
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Enter the gates of this hidden oasis tucked in metropolitan Miami. See the sausage tree, named for its pendulous fruit hanging from ropelike stalks. Stand dwarfed by a hundred-year-old baobab from Tanzania that weighs almost 50 tons. Drink in the haunting fragrance of plants prized by the perfume industry. See the vibrant magenta blossoms of the pink trumpet tree as they color the horizon. Touch the hard hexagonal projections on the skins of the jakfruit, the world's largest tree fruit, or the feathery foliage of the canary yellow royal poinciana from Guyana. Discover the place that David Fairchild, the "Columbus of American Horticulture" called home.
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4013 S Douglas Rd, Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove, Miami, FL 33133-6840
Coconut Grove
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's a beautiful garden and definately worth a visit when you are nearby. Many different type of flowers and trees in a great environment. And don't forget the great view of the Biscaine Bay!

Thank rmathijssen
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

The house isn't much to look at, but the grounds are beautiful and interesting. Not all of the plants and trees have a legible label, but the friendly staff happily answered and questions we had. We especially enjoyed the Cannonball tree, the large Banyon tree...More

Thank RosieSpoonbill
Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

What a privilege to visit David Fairchild's home on Biscayne Bay. This is a peaceful yet spectacular place to be. Usually access to these grounds are through attending an event, so... find an event!

Thank Popgrowl
Reviewed 12 July 2017

I have been visiting the Kampong several times over the years and it is always a nice experience. This is the place where David Fairchild used to live - the explorer botanist who had Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden named after. The Kampong is a small...More

Thank Wagner V
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

Although I was raised in Coconut Grove, I'd never visited this gorgeous property with such a fascinating history. The 9 acre waterside botanical garden and house, was once home to Dr. David Fairchild and his wife Marian who acquired it in 1916. As Quakers they...More

2  Thank Jane H
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Need to book the $20 per person guided tour to get the most out of it. Call ahead and make an appointment 10am and Noon, Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays. Learn about the early history of the US collecting plant and seed specimens to enhance the...More

Thank Mdoak
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

One of Miami hidden gems, great place to spend a few hours enjoying the beauty of the gardens and view of Biscayne Bay. Reservations are required for guided tours. If you want to do a self guided tour, Ann will give you a brief introduction...More

Thank Beachtraveler62
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

Incredible place right in the heart of Miami! There is a lot of tropical trees and plants. Our guide was so amazing and inspired!! You should make a reservation by phone before you go there. Tour is 20$ per person.

Thank Александра Г
Reviewed 1 May 2017

If I had nothing else to do, I would visit here. Nothing spectacular especially after having visited the Fairchild Gardens earlier in the day. You must book an appointment to visit which wasn't listed on the website so we left our phone information on their...More

1  Thank LovetoTravel30606
Reviewed 26 March 2017

A piece of eden in Miami, so quiet with a magnificent garden, the house is wonderful, as the view on the sea. The guide was really nice. The guided visit took us almost two hours and you are free to spend more time after the...More

Thank etisarah
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Response from DRGNO | Reviewed this property |
I'm a member of their Tropical Fruit Society And both times I visited i was escorted by a staff member. It doesn't appear that the staff lets people wander around alone. I do know that Fairchild Garden and the Fruit and... More
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