Following recommendations from federal and state officials for the COVID-19 pandemic, and out of concern for our employees and guests, Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens will continue its closure through May 31. If you'd like to help the Conservatory through this unprecedented challenge, please visit the Philanthropy page.

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Venues

John F. Wolfe Palm House Celebrate in the distinctive ambiance of the John F. Wolfe Palm House. A double grand staircase provides for an elegant entrance, with steps descending into a tropical garden setting complete with large palms, iron gazebos and a Venetian-style fountain...
Grand Atrium The Conservatory’s largest indoor space features stately, plant-draped pillars and slate tile floors. The versatility of this venue makes it perfect for seated dinners or cocktail receptions…
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Worthington Industries Veridian An exposed stone wall, ceramic tile floor and wood-coffered ceiling create a natural, organic atmosphere while retaining the comforts of an indoor venue. The Veridian is enhanced with tropical plants, Dale Chihuly artwork, and a glass door that opens to the elegant Brides Garden…
The Wells Barn A 200-year-old, hand-hewn timber frame from a Richland County barn provides the framework and inspiration for this one-of-a-kind venue…
Ricochet Group Boardroom Located in a quiet corner of the Conservatory, the Board Room offers comfortable seating for up to 14 meeting participants...