Cleveland Botanical Gardens

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Cleveland Botanical Gardens

The Cleveland Botanical Garden, located in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States, was founded in 1930 as the Garden Center of Greater Cleveland. It was the first such organization in an American city. Originally housed in a converted boathouse on Wade Park Lagoon, the center served as a horticultural library, offering classes and workshops for gardeners and spearheading beautification projects in the community. In 1966, having outgrown its original home, the Garden Center moved to its present location in University Circle, the site of the old Cleveland Zoo. Remnants of the old bear pit still remain in the Ohio Woodland Garden. In 1994, the organization’s Board of Trustees changed the name to Cleveland Botanical Garden to reflect a dramatically expanded mission and launched an ambitious capital campaign to develop a facility that would support the enhanced program agenda. The expanded and renovated building, designed by Graham Gund Architects of Cambridge, Massachusetts, opened to the public in July 2003.

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

We invite you to visit the Glidden House Hotel and discover its stunning beauty and legendary charm. An impressive mansion built in 1910; The Glidden House is a sixty room full- service boutique hotel conveniently located just steps away from the Cleveland Botanical Gardens. One of the most unique Cleveland hotels that you will find, Glidden House offers guests a rare opportunity to indulge in both historical luxury and modern convenience with easy access to all that Cleveland Ohio has to offer. Complimentary Breakfast Buffet, Parking and Wireless Internet Access.

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

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InterContinental Suites Hotel Cleveland, the regions only “wellness focused” all-suite hotel, is conveniently located just minutes from the Cleveland Botanical Garden. An oasis for guests to relax, rejuvenate and improve their overall mental and physical well-being, yet close to the city’s most prominent attractions. From the moment you arrive you’ll feel the warmth and comfort of a hotel and staff that are focused on assisting you reach your goal of wellness and good health.

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

Plants and flowers of all kinds fill the Cleveland Botanical Garden. And, while you can explore acres and acres of outdoor gardens, CBG offers two climate-controlled glasshouses – a great escape from the chilliness of wintertime. Inside these glasshouses, you’ll find exotic plants and animals from other-worldly landscapes.

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

For seventy-five years, Cleveland Botanical Garden has been one of Northeast Ohio’s treasures. With beautiful facilities and innovative programming, the Garden reaches out to every segment of the community. It is a sanctuary for those who live and work in the city; a source of inspiration and information for gardeners; a living laboratory for students, teachers and researchers; a healing presence for those with special needs; and a catalyst for urban revitalization.

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

There is nowhere else in Cleveland with the density of world-class educational resources as University Circle. Preschools, grade schools, high schools, and prestigious universities call this neighborhood home.

Cleveland Botanical Gardens

Mary T Portage, Indiana Just a thought, if you visit a lot of gardens, get a membership to a local one. They have reciprocal agreements so that you can visit any around the country for free. 1 day ago Problem with this question? Show all answers Answer Melissa T What's here in the winter? Do they stay open Year round? 8 days ago Problem with this question? Show all answers Answer

Mary T Portage, Indiana Just a thought, if you visit a lot of gardens, get a membership to a local one. They have reciprocal agreements so that you can visit any around the country for free. 1 day ago Problem with this question? Show all answers Answer

Just a thought, if you visit a lot of gardens, get a membership to a local one. They have reciprocal agreements so that you can visit any around the country for free. 1 day ago Problem with this question? Show all answers Answer

Just a thought, if you visit a lot of gardens, get a membership to a local one. They have reciprocal agreements so that you can visit any around the country for free. 1 day ago Problem with this question?

Garden guests enjoy delightful surprises, quiet moments and lots of fun as they explore 10 acres of beautiful outdoor gardens and the 18,000-square-foot Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse. Your Glasshouse adventure takes you into the Costa Rican rainforest full of lush plants, butterflies and birds, as well as to the spiny desert of Madagascar, where prickly plants, out-of-the-ordinary blooms and wonderfully weird plants and animals welcome you.

Just a thought, if you visit a lot of gardens, get a membership to a local one. They have reciprocal agreements so that you can visit any around the country for free.

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