Allan Gardens Conservatory is a great place for kids to explore and learn about different plants from around the world. The Conse...
Allan Gardens Conservatory is a great place for kids to explore and learn about different plants from around the world. The Conservatory at Allan Gardens dates back to 1910 and is made up of six display houses devoted to different climate zones which include plant collections spanning the globe. Learn more about the display houses and the plants growing in them!
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- The conservatory offers a children's educational program called The Children's Conservatory. This program aims to teach children about plant life and conservation while providing them with a fun, interactive experience.
- The program includes a hands-on exploration of various plants and their characteristics, such as their texture, scent and growth cycles.
Allan Gardens Conservatory is also home to a playground where kids can enjoy some fun outdoor playtime, and the park offers plenty of green space for picnicking and relaxing with a beautiful view of the greenhouses.
- Two separated dog off-leash areas exist, one for large dogs and one for small dog. Come cool off in the dog-friendly water feature, or make a new friend with one of the two giant dog statues. Service dogs are welcome in the conservatory.
- Allan Gardens is home to a beautiful park with ample grass and shade. Whether you’re looking for a beautiful spot to read a book, have a picnic or simply relax under green cover, you are welcome.