Welcome to the second part of our newest Bok Tower Garden photo-report. As always, be sure to check out PART 1 of this update if you haven't done so.
In the previous part, we took a look around the entrance area of the park, the Welcome Center, the Blue Palmetto Cafe', the magnificent tower, and the many beautiful gardens surrounding it. Now we will continue to explore other areas of Bok Tower Gardens by taking an even closer look at the natural landscape.


It's so unusual seeing hills in Florida!:

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A few more photos of the tower housing the carillon:

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This lantern was given as a gift back in 1955:

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Continuing our tour:

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Guests also have the chance to visit a Mediterranean-style villa for an extra charge:

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The gardens surrounding the house can be explored for free:

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