Bok Tower Gardens
One of America's Finest Gardens
1 Days | Year-Round
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Take a stroll through beautiful Bok Tower Gardens. At this National Historic Landmark, enjoy breathtaking views of the gardens, see the unique Singing Tower and enjoy the daily concert. Lunch and a tour of El Retiro are also included with your visit to the Gardens.
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Travel today with Yankee Trails to Lake Wales, FL for a visit to Bok Tower Gardens. Through its historic landscaped gardens, unique Singing Tower, and palatial winter estate, Bok Tower Gardens offers a unique opportunity for visitors of all ages to be one with nature. Explore the breathtaking sights found around every corner of the meandering garden paths. The pathways are lined with ferns, palms, oaks, and pines that fashion a lush backdrop for flowering foliage and seasonal color of azaleas, camellias, and magnolias.
At the center of the beautiful landscaped gardens sits the highlight, and namesake, of this attraction – the majestic, 205-foot tall Singing Tower carillon. This architectural wonder fills the air with the music of the carillon bells during daily concerts at 1 & 3 p.m. Concerts can be heard throughout the Gardens.
The Visitor Center features a museum with permanent exhibits that provide insight and historical perspectives on Edward W. Bok’s life and influence, as well as the Singing Tower and Gardens. There is also a Café and Gift Shop available at the Gardens. Lunch will be included today with your visit.
Included with your visit today is a tour of El Retiro, an enchanting 20-room Mediterranean-style mansion that transports you back in time to the 1930s, a distinctive period in American history. Originally named “El Retiro,” meaning “retreat” in Spanish, the home was built for Charles Austin Buck, a Bethlehem Steel executive.
Late afternoon departure for home.