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A great place to visit. Love the conservatory. Great photo opportunities and the smell is great. All those blossoms! Colorful, educational and just a fun time. Wandering the zoo is very fun. Lots of animals and just love the gorillas.
Como Park Conservatory, built in 1915, listed on U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Seasonal flower displays, sunken garden, Japanse garden. A gem in this urban park. Donation based admittance. Como Park is a free park and while no admission fee is charged for the...More
Need a break from all the hustle and bustle of the Holiday Season? This is the place to go. While it is chock-full of great things to see and do, it is an even better place to just go and breath. Pick a flower or...More
We really enjoyed the December 4th opening of the conservatory poinsettia display. It was really gorgeous with all the red double poinsettia plants and the little blooming Rosemary bushes. The entire Conservatory it's such a lovely place. We stopped at the tropical animal display on...More
This place is a treasure. Great place to visit for families of all ages. The flowers in the conservatory are always a treat to see. We go see the flowers first, then visit the zoo. Great place for a quick visit or to stay for...More
This zoo is free, all they ask is for a voluntary donation. They also don't have rules against carry-ins so you can bring your own drinks and treats, which I highly recommend, or have a picnic in the nearby park. This place was so amazing...More
Not the largest zoo you'll ever visit, but a pleasant little one. The animals appear very well-kept and the exhibits allow for good viewing for all ages. Our grandsons (8 and 3) had a good time here. Parking was ample (although we went on a...More
Went there with my friend. It's free to get in (donation appreciated) and such a beautiful place! It was cold outside, so we kept popping in the tropical plants section, or the different animal viewing rooms. They have a large assortment of animals + plants....More