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W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory, Tacoma

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  • Lots of exotics and an impressive array for such an unassuming greenhouse. Particularly if it is a cool day, this is a nice refreshing burst of hot and humid! 
  • Wright's Park is a large urban park in the middle of Tacoma, Washington. In addition to the botanical garden at the conservatory - there are wonderful walking trails throughout the park. It's a great ...  more »
  • This is a small garden but extremely beautiful! The gift shop has great treasures and the garden was decorated for Halloween. Free admission and worth the time to check it out! Truly a must see! 
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  • We were going to do pictures here, just family pictures and the lady informed us we'd have to rent it out and it'd be $125 a half hour. Really? We were going to donate money and that's the crap we get? No thanks....probably will not go back to even enjoy it.
  • 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 does offer a relaxing atmosphere.
  • The staff was very rude about us taking pictures there. I had checked earlier about a fee but it wasn't easy to find and we were told to either pay $125.00 or we had to leave. I explained that we made a donation and it wasn't a professional shoot I was just taking pictures for a friend. The staff member said that was fine and left us alone for about 10 minutes before she came back and started getting in my way on purpose. She then approached me and said she called her boss and we had to leave. I later went on their website and the fee was posted in an obscure area that I wouldn't have checked usually. If you do not want people to photograph at your location then just say that don't make it an outrageous amount of money for a half hour.
  • Lovely. Small but worth it, great place any time of year.
  • Beautiful there.