W. W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory

Built in 1908, the Victorian-style conservatory supports 200 species of tropical plants, notably orchids, cacti and bromeliads. An exhibit area celebrates the seasons with changing floral displays of spring-blooming bulbs; summer annuals; fall chrysanthemums; and winter poinsettias.

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Address : 

316 South G St.

Phone:

+1 253-591-5330

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