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Gaiser Conservatory, Spokane

#10 of 18 in Parks in Spokane
Garden · Hidden Gem · Park
Manito Park is a 90 acre park located on Spokane's South Hill. It is an area rich in history that has developed to be one of the city's most loved jewels. This page was developed to commemorate this beautiful park
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  • Take the time to walk through this conservatory. It is full of interesting plants both tropical species as well as desert species. Well maintained! As of our visit, the conservatory has a sign...  more »
  • Take a few minutes to walk through this wonderful conservatory! It is filled to the brim with tropical delights, some of which I've never seen! When I was there last, they were requiring a mask...  more »
  • I could have stayed all day long! Free to view with ample free parking, this makes a great inexpensive place to hang out on your own or bring a date. The plants were stunning as was the cool waterfall setup. It's like walking around in a little jungle. My favorites were the biggest bird of paradise plant I've ever seen, a huge Jade, and some really impressive cacti. Be sure to leave plenty of time to visit, as the entire park is incredible with a big traditional garden, a rose garden, Japanese garden and more! I hear there's a holiday lights event here in the winter and I can't wait to check it out.
  • If you are in Manito Park this is a must see! It is right by the sunken gardens, and open all year. We had a delightful time with our children looking around at all the plants and seeing what they were or even guessing what the names could be. The space is a little small, we had a stroller and it can get a little tight if you are moving around other people. There is a circular section when you walk in and then two wings that have lots of different plants. If you love to garden, or just love looking at different flowers I would recommend this place. It can be a quick or long walk through depending on your interests but one I would still go to!

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