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Krohn Conservatory, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Distance from city center: 6.5mi
travelller's pictureby travelller Sightseeing travel tip
added on the 3rd of February, 2011
A historically significant and architecturally beautiful place whith lots of rooms and thousands of plants showcasing flowers, and other fauna from all over the world. The Krohn Conservatory definitely worth a visit!

The admission is free so that is a bonus for a visit, the Butterfly show is maybe the best part of the experience though that one is charged. It is quite hot inside, so be prepared for that and parking is a bit messy in weekends. The conservatory is still one of the main places to visit in Cincinnati.

1501 Eden Park Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45202, USA

Free, except special exhibits/shows.

Opening Hours:
10am-5pm daily.

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