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Exhibitions

Current

Bonsai
March 14 – November 1 Bonsai In meditative reflection, explore the visual legacy of Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens’ collection of bonsai trees. Take a journey through the Dorothy M. Davis Showhouse to refine your…
Color To Discover
June 13 – September 20 Color To Discover Enjoy the glory of summertime’s gifts at the Conservatory. Thousands of carefully tended foliage and flowers, comprising the full spectrum of color, will delight visitors as they meander the garden…
Chihuly Collection
June 13 – January 6 Chihuly Collection The Conservatory owns 19 installations of breathtaking Chihuly glass artwork, the largest private collection in a botanical garden. After several stunning exhibitions over the years, the full collection will remain…
Paul Busse Garden Railway
July 1 – January 10 Paul Busse Garden Railway Now arriving at the Conservatory: Paul Busse Garden Railway! The brand new exhibition features model trains whirling through four unique botanical themes on 1,122 feet of track in the Grand…

Upcoming

Harvest Blooms
September 26 – November 1 Harvest Blooms Autumnal horticulture will fill the outdoor gardens and courtyards. Richly hued mums and pumpkin and gourd displays make the Conservatory a special place to enjoy the colors and bounty of…
Pumpkins Aglow
October 14 – October 25 Pumpkins Aglow Join us on Wednesday through Sunday evenings (Oct. 14-18 and Oct. 21-25) for Pumpkins Aglow! Pumpkins Aglow is a special opportunity to experience the magic of Harvest Blooms under the…