Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, Milwaukee

(4/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Wander verdant indoor gardens at Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, home to a wide array of plant species from a variety of ecosystems around the world. Visit the botanical facility and explore its three glass domes, each measuring 26 m (85 ft) tall and housing different themes: the tropics, arid regions, and seasonal shows. Keep your eyes open for rare and unusual plants from across the globe, including diverse displays of cacti and succulents, orchids and flowering vines, and a selection of other flora. Check the conservatory's website for information about special events, activities, and even the plants themselves. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory by using our Milwaukee itinerary planner.
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  • Beautiful flowers, plants, and displays. One Saturday morning we were there to be pleasantly surprised to have a farmers market also going on. 
  • I've been coming here since I was a kid. Always loved it. OK so a dome was being renovated - there's still 2 more open. Great fun for everyone. 
  • The Domes are a must see. Beautiful botanical and desert gardens! One of the Domes was undergoing construction. 
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  • The Domes were pretty awesome. I saw some great plants. Dress accordingly as the Tropical dome is around 80 degrees.
  • Easy to access with free parking and reasonable entry fees. The domes offer a great way to experience different world climates and plants without actually travelling the world. Picnicking is a great idea here as there really aren't many nearby dining options.
  • The place was clean and very nice. I liked that beer was available. I just wish the whole place was open.
  • This is a very enjoyable spot it's a great place to take the family and also an attractive tourist location. If you visit Milwaukee you should check out this location. The only problem I have is that it always seems as though one of the domes is closed.
  • Really beautiful and more interesting then I thought it was going to be. Once the other two domes are re-opened, this will probably be a five for me.