I have been here many times and I love it. The butterflies exibit is superb. If you don't come here and see the breathtaking beauty of the flowers and such, why bother coming to Cincinnati OH at all???
As a child growing up in Northern Kentucky, my parents would take us to Krohn's Conservatory at least once each year. Most of the time we went at Christmas since the poinsettias were always beautiful and were my mom's favorite. There were four of us children and we each enjoyed the conservatory for different reasons. I enjoyed the flowers, the trees, the fish in the streams, the waterfalls, the orchids-just say "all of it". It was an adventure that I always will remember. I have not been in a long time since I moved from the area but I have plans of returning soon. CAN'T WAIT.
My first trip was a field trip in grade school. I've been back scores of times and the place is always more facinating, especially at Christmas. The wonder of the tall trees, the variety, the colors and smells is fantastic for young people and we young at heart.
This place is a must-see if you even remotely like plants. It's gorgeous - a haven in the form of a mini-jungle right near downtown Cincinnati. I love that I don't have to pay to get in (since I'm a poor college student and all) and it's open every day until 7pm.
It's cool to watch fish and turtles swimming around in the little pools of water, and walk under the waterfall. I also really like the orchid room and the bonsai room.
Overall, it's really fun, free, and doesn't take that much time to enjoy.
Take a break from stress and revel in the wonderful plants and trees at Krohn's. It's free and just a hop from Mt. Adams (up the hill), where you can enjoy good eats after basking in the healing power of plants.
Live thoroughbred racing with full card simulcasting year round, seven days a week. A climate controlled clubhouse with casual dining
is available as well as pony rides for children on weekends.
Ranked as one of the top five zoos in the U.S. by Zagat Survey, the Cincinnati Zoo houses more than
500 animals and 3,000 plant species. An accredited member of the American Zoo & Aquarium Association, this zoo is ...
A not for profit organization founded in 1989, the Cincinnati Horticultural Society's mission is to benefit organizations that promote the
quality of through horticulture. This group sponsors several events, shows, and exhibits each year.
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