The Kids Adventure Garden at Conejo Valley Botanical Gardens, open Sundays 11am – 3 pm, is a charming place for kids to learn about nature and gardening. The Gardens offer the community the opportunity to study and enjoy collections of native plants, fruit and oak trees, drought resistant plants, and a population of wildlife on 33 acres in Thousand Oaks with lovely views of the Conejo Valley. The Kids Adventure Garden has a tree house, fun dinosaur topiaries, and a bee hut to explore. As in the above picture, many kids have been delighted by having secret tea parties in the topiary coves. The Garden Center there provides office space, welcomes Garden Club meetings, and is a hub of botanic and horticultural research. Most of all, the Garden is a refuge among Nature for contemplation, tranquility, and beauty where one can recharge and return to the world inspired. Botanic Gardens around the world are established as educational resources for kids and adults to learn more about the world of nature. During the holidays, kids can discover a local botanic garden to explore and enjoy.