The U.S. Botanic Garden Conservatory is delightful to the senses and refreshing to the spirit. From jungle to desert to primeval paradise, the indoor gardens and galleries of the U.S. Botanic Garden highlight the diversity of plants worldwide, as well as their aesthetic, cultural, economic, therapeutic and ecological significance.
Towering leaves, graceful flowers, delicate seeds and exotic fruits of plants at their peak are displayed artfully throughout the historic Conservatory and visitors of all ages are captivated by the sights, smells, sounds and textures that surround them.
Constructed by the Architect of the Capitol in 1933, this historic Lord & Burnham greenhouse contains two courtyard gardens and 10 garden rooms under glass, totaling 28,944 square feet of exhibition space.
Find out what's blooming in the Conservatory at usbg.gov/gardens/conservatory-whats-bloom.
100 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20001