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I went twice to this place - very interesting - good photos. Needs a toilet though, IMHO. Across the street is a document museum, which is also very interesting, AND has a toilet.
I love this little corner of Tacoma. It is great in all seasons, but especially wonderful after a string of cold and dreary days. They also have a summer story time for kids.
Seymour Botanical Conservatory is a wonderful place to visit on a cold and dreary day. It's like stepping into a tropical island with all kinds of exotic flowers.
I was surprised by how many plants and how much diversity we found in the conservatory. There's so much to see, and you can take a walk in one of the areas best urban parks afterward.
This Conservatory is very special to us because we married there. The staff was so very nice to open it to us and our family and friends on a Monday when they are usually closed. It was right after Easter so the Conservatory was filled with spring flowers blooming. We could not have wished for me. Thank you for making... 更多
Yes, they have a small "Hand of Buddha" growing there, and it is cool to see one. They also have a "Corpse Flower" starting up. Check back from time to time with them to see when it blooms. The date taken is in the photo I posted. Small location, but very well stocked. Very tranquil.
Part of the Wright Park property, this lovely little conservatory is a pleasant place to visit. No admission fee, but recommend a $3 donation per person. They change the displays in the entry, with the season. Not nearly as big as the conservatory in Seattle, but worth exploring none the less.
Very small conservatory that you could knock off in about 10/20 minutes. It's a suggested donation of three dollars per person and that all it;s about worth. Nothing fantastic to see here but for $3.00 dollars it is something different to do. If you do not make it there you are not to be missing out on much but it... 更多