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Enjoy half-price admission at Flamingo Gardens Wet and Wild event this weekend

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If you're looking for a great way to beat the heat this weekend, check out Half-Price Wet & Wild Weekend at Flamingo Gardens on June 28-29. It was so popular last year, they're doing it TWICE this year!

They'll be featuring water slides, a giant foam pit, water games and many activities for kids. You can also enjoy special animal encounters throughout the day, as well as the usual fun of our botanical gardens and animal sanctuary. Best of all it's HALF PRICE WEEKEND for everyone!

The event will take place both Saturday and Sunday at the South Florida attraction, located in Davie:

Botanical Garden & Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary
3750 S Flamingo Rd, Davie, FL 333300-1614
(954) 473-2955

June 28-29, 2014
Wet & Wild Weekend
9:30am to 4:30pm

Here are some of the activities they're offering:

  • 22' high Wipe Out Waterslide
  • 22' high Big Kahuna Double Waterslide
  • 22' high Fishy Waterslide
  • 16' high Backyard Climb Waterslide
  • Giant Foam Pit
  • Kiddy Bounce House and slide for 5 years and under
  • Water Games
  • Water Crafts
  • DJ & MC Digital Anarchy spinning your favorite party tunes!

And of course, you can always tour the beautiful gardens and visit all the animals living at the sanctuary. I personally love to take the tram ride whenever I visit, to see all of the wildlife and fruit trees.

About Flamingo Gardens
Flamingo Gardens is a showcase for over 3000 species of rare and exotic, tropical, subtropical, and native plants. Our Arboretum contains some of the largest trees in the state of Florida. The Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary gives residence to permanently injured and non-releasable birds and animals, and is home to the largest collection of Florida native wildlife- including alligators, bear, bobcats, eagles, otters, panthers, peacocks and flamingos!

For more information and the complete schedule of events, click here. Or you can visit the Flamingo Gardens website.

Now, let's just hope the rain stays away!

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