I was the wedding officiant at a wedding at Morikami Museum. I must said that all the staff were professional and extremely nice., specially Alana, the wedding planner. She was so pleasant to work with and so professional. She really makes sure that you are well taken care.
With everything that is going on with the pandemic , this people were amazing and very organized.
The place is so beautiful and unique.
I would highly recommend this place for any weddings, small or large.
Raymia ProspereMarch 8, 20215:01 am
What a pleasant surprise, every little corner is beyond perfect. I was stunned by how pretty and well tented that garden was. College student with ID and senior have discounted admission, very nice and beautiful trail with plenty of shade. The museum is beautiful also they have a little shop and a theater, delicious meal. The alligator was chilling with the turtles like they are very good friends, coy fish, bonsai tree, 2 waterfalls and statues. So peaceful and beautiful, nice place for photography a lot of seating areas also you can buy fish food for the Coy fish. You can either go alone, with friends or family, it doesn’t matter I guarantee you’ll have fun no matter how. The bamboo path was my favorite so serene. I will visit again soon
Entrance Fee $15 like I said if you are college student and have your ID you’ll be ok but my money was well spent because I did enjoyed way to much.
Kathy B.February 21, 20211:21 am
Its a great place, filled with beautiful walking trails, waterfalls, statues, bonsai trees and coy fish. The food is delicious but they don’t have a real restaurant with servers. The price is fair for everything. I joined as a member today so I guess that says it all.
BTW great place for dates as well as going to hang with family and amazing photo ops.
On weekends go after 12 if your not all about crowds and little ones.
Will RiveraFebruary 15, 20214:52 am
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I was planning on coming here, since it seemed like an out of place location for a museum of a culture that wasn’t native to the area. But the peacefulness I experienced was such a wonder! Loads of pathways filled with a wide variety of different plants/flowers. Also many places to sit and simply relax, enjoy the beauty of nature, meditate on the simpler things in life. I truly enjoyed the time I spent here!
Lauren CugliottaFebruary 14, 20217:40 pm
A lovely walk through attraction in South Florida. It’s definitely well maintained and taken care of. There’s a lot of beautiful exhibits and many beautiful sights to see. I personally really enjoyed the zen gardens. It was fun seeing all of the wildlife as well, from different fish to turtles and iguanas. The gift shop at the end had a lot of nice things to sell.