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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 boat house 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.
Fantastic experience! I have been watching to visit the botanical gardens for a while as everyone rants and raves about them, and reasonable so! I would recommend going in the late spring or... Read more
The exhibits here are beautiful. We were able to interact with the butterflies, so that was lovely! The grounds outside are also fantastic, the tulips are in full bloom, so there are lots of... Read more
What an amazing place! Truly something for everyone. There are two huge greenhouses that showcase exotic biomes of the world: a Madagascar desert and a Costa Rican jungle. Both are full of cool... Read more
Cleveland Botanical Garden
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
- Tue - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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