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Garfield Park Conservatory

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As one of the largest conservatories in the nation occupying 4.5 acres, the facility was designed by renowned landscape architect Jens Jensen. Thousands of plant species are on display throughout its eight rooms and magnificent outdoor floral gardens.
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Jared
Jared
December 15, 2019
This is one of the biggest and most impressive conservatories in the country. There are other such places in the city, but none like this one. Just please do not hang around the area at night.
Kristin
Kristin
November 1, 2019
Pretty spot in both the summer and winter.
Jancy
Jancy
December 18, 2019
By far one of my favorite spots in Chicago. Free and simply a beautiful and visually pleasing space. Even a small area dedicated to toddlers and kids.
Dan
Dan
November 30, 2019
Just a block away, this beautiful space is open 365 days/yr. Its tropical environment is especially welcoming during the chilly winter months.
Ramon
Ramon
October 14, 2019
Another great place to enjoy nature in the city! Best part is that it’s free!

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地点
300 N Central Park Ave
IL Chicago,邮编60624
手机号+1 312-746-5100
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