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I am originally from Thunder Bay, Ont.& my friend got married in the Conservatory (I was Matron of Honor). The plants inside were worth seeing & the grounds were beautiful. I hadn't been here for many years & was so glad to re-visit for such...More
The Conservatory is kept in beautiful shape and the plants are healthy. I love bringing kids here to explore, especially when some the of trees are fruiting so we can learn about lemons, limes and pineapples! The bee hives on site are promising and the...More
Happened to be driving past and saw this was open so decided to pop in. So glad we did, it is only small but really beautiful, lots of pretty flowers, overhanging trees and a seated area. Didn't see any animals though.
Garden is small and will only take a half hour of your time to look through unless you are a botanist or an entusiast. Very beautiful cactus collection, but no access to the room permitted. The outside of the building had a nice display of...More
A beautiful refuge on a cold windy winter day. My friend and I met at the Conservatory for a walk through the building on a cold windy winter day. We enjoyed the variety of plants, some we recognized, others we didn't. When we arrived there...More
Stopped by there with my children and wandered thru. Admission is free and a silver collection box at the door. Many different varieties of trees and plants. I enjoyed seeing the citrus trees with the large limes growing and the birds of paradise flowers. It...More