Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

1777 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43203


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The Conservatory’s extensive gardens and art collections pulse with life and bring the truly exotic wonders of nature right to you. 

More than 400 species of plants from around the world grow in the Conservatory’s biomes. There's a Children's Garden and a Palm House, plus 88 acres of botanical gardens where hundreds of colorful bulbs emerge in early spring, followed by annuals and container displays, as well as a Daylilly Garden, an Ornamental Grass and Conifer Collection, and more.

Permanent art installations include James Turrell’s Light Raiment II, and the largest private collection of Dale Chihuly glasswork in a botanical garden.