Botanical Garden Deals in Oakland
We love all the parklets that have been sprouting up around the Bay Area lately, but if you truly want to imbue your crew with an affinity for the great outdoors, a bench bookended by a couple of bushes isn't gonna cut it. Instead, try today's deal: $32 gets you a one-year family membership to the University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley (a $65 value). Your membership entitles you to free admission for two adults and up to four children under 18 for a year, plus admission to members-only events and tours, four one-time guest passes, exclusive mailings, discounts, and more. This unique urban oasis features more than 13,000 kinds of plants from around the world -- from California poppies to Mexican agaves, South African cycads, and Chinese medicinal herbs. Stroll through the English-style Garden of Old Roses or trek through the lush rainforest of the Tropical House and watch your clan's interest in botany take root. Want more? Check out University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley on Facebook.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 10 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per family of two adults and two children • Membership must be activated by January 31, 2014 • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Since it's establishment in 1890, the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley has been an oasis of beauty and a hothouse of discovery. From exotic flowers to native ferns, the garden is filled with plants for your family to enjoy: • $37 ($75 value) for a one-year family membership • Free admission for 2 adults and up to 4 children under 18 for a year • Admission to members-only events and tours, 4 1-time guest passes, exclusive mailings, discounts & more Stop and Smell the Roses (And Thousands of Other Blossoms) This beloved garden's Strawberry Canyon location provides a natural setting in which plants from around the world are grouped in geographical assemblages. From California poppies to Mexican agaves, South African cycads, and Chinese medicinal herbs, you'll discover dynamic differences and startling similarities in plants around the world. A walk through the Redwood Grove will inspire awe and a stroll in the English-style Garden of Old Roses will yield charming views and sweet scents. Find Zen at the Japanese Pool, trek through the lush Orchid, Fern, and Carnivorous Plant House, and watch your clan's interest in botany take root. University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley's Website | Facebook