Norfolk Botanical Garden offering free admission, honoring Virginia Beach shooting victims

NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk Botanical Garden is offering a place of healing in support of those affected by the Virginia Beach shooting.

A view of the reflecting pond in the Bonsai Garden at Norfolk Botanical Gardens. © John Cadell Photography

The Garden is offering free admission every day after work between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. through June 7.

A spokesperson for the Norfolk Botanical Garden says the garden could be used as “a sanctuary providing healing, hope and reflection to all who visit.”

For more information about the Garden, click here.

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