W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory, Tacoma

#6 of 10 in Parks in Tacoma
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
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  • My boyfriend and I walked to Wright Park after breakfast in the area. I haven’t been here since the century plant bloomed years ago. It is so beautiful inside, wandering the paths! Warm during winter.  more »
  • We walked through Wright Park after breakfast at the Hob Nob. I saw the conservatory do we decided to go inside. Toasty warm with beautiful plants and flowers! Seasonal and year-round plants here. I.....  more »
  • This place is amazing. We had lived in the area for 28 years and had never visited this place. We are now huge advocates for people visiting. It is filled with exotic plants which are both beautiful and interesting. It is located in Wright Park which, also, is a wonderful place in which to walk and enjoy the wide variety of beautiful trees (all of which have labels which tell you what kind of a tree you're observing).
  • It's a nice garden but small and has a single person walkway. Not much room for strollers, but has great variety of plants and a cool display of them otherwise!

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