Join us by welcoming back one of the nation’s largest and most beautiful botanical conservatories! The Garfield Park Conservatory is all set to reopen on February 27th!
There are plenty of relaxing places to explore at the Conservatory. For years, people have stopped by to enjoy the 10 acres of outdoor gardens, water lily pond, and nature play spaces. It is a great place to visit to get a break from your hectic city life.
Something special about the Conservatory is that it contains EIGHT indoor display gardens which show off thousands of plant species from around the world. While these indoor gardens have stayed closed to help slow the spread of COVID, they are finally ready to reopen safely so we can enjoy them through the last few months of winter.
The plant life and the tropical temperatures inside the greenhouse almost make you feel like you are on vacation! From Palm house to the Dessert house, there is an endless amount of flora and fauna to explore. Spend the afternoon wandering the paths and enjoying the greenery.
Looking for a little escape? Tired of looking at snow? Stop by Garfield Park Conservatory to make spring come early. It is the perfect place to ignore the snow for a while.
Written By:Megan Collins