Roger Williams Park Botanical Center, Providence
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
The Roger Williams Park Botanical Center is located in Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island. It opened in March 2007. It includes two connected greenhouses filled with plants, fountains, a fish pond and a small waterfall. It is the largest indoor garden open to the public in New England, encompassing approximately 12,000 square feet of indoor gardens.The Botanical Center includes two greenhouses: The Conservatory and the Mediterranean Room. There are over 150 different species and cultivars of plants including 17 different types of palms. All the plants, with the exception of the large palm trees, were installed by park personnel. Many of the plants were saved from the old greenhouse displays and replanted, specifically most of the Cacti, Agave and Aloe.Sources Official WebsiteArrange to visit Roger Williams Park Botanical Center and other attractions in Providence using our Providence trip builder.
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The botanical center is lovely, with a nice variety of flowers and other plants, and a koi pond. Some of the plants were turning yellow, though - it appeared as though they hadn't been watered in a fe... read more »
A Beautiful Place that you can enjoy all the Beautiful Flowers and Plants,A very Clean place and They also Rent it out for Weddings,, A Great Place to have a Wedding.And Tucked in the back away from t... read more »
Most botanical gardens offer a variety of plants and RI is no different. Had the chance to visit last month while here for a graduation. The greenhouses are especially great for offering variety and p... read more »
Such a pretty venue! The plants and flowers make a great backdrop for a romantic indoor wedding ceremony. Later guests are invited for dinner in an equally pretty area with a mini pond as you walk by. Gorgeous photos!
Beautiful fairly priced admission, very serine... A must see
Roger Williams park is beautiful and has so much to offer such a wide range of people. I live nearby and love this park. I do wish; however, that it wasn't falling into a state of disrepair. I also wish the city of providence would get w the times and install sidewalks and a bike path.
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