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W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory

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Pretty small, but very cool

Walk my dog by here often. Beautiful building with fantastic plants. Small selection but worth a... read more

Reviewed June 21, 2018
craig f
Seattle, Washington
A fun visit with my great grand daughter

Great adventure, wonderful staff and my little girl loved it. She fired questions and received... read more

Reviewed March 4, 2018
Tacoma, Washington
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316 S G St, Wright Park, Tacoma, WA 98405-4733
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Small conservatory featuring a variety of plants. Free, with a suggestion donation of $3 as others mentioned. It would have been nice to have more signs identifying the plants. Giftshop has a variety of interesting treasures, be sure to stop by.

Thank FlorianaMonceau
Reviewed June 21, 2018

Walk my dog by here often. Beautiful building with fantastic plants. Small selection but worth a visit if you are in Tacoma.

Thank craig f
Reviewed March 4, 2018

Great adventure, wonderful staff and my little girl loved it. She fired questions and received great answer. Fun time, lovely place to visit and get answers about plants.

Thank pops14
Reviewed December 21, 2017

I like this conservatory as it is small and not too overwhelming. The parking is a bit tight near the park but be patient.

1  Thank TacomaTraveler2013
Reviewed December 12, 2017 via mobile

Stopped here on a Saturday afternoon while in the area. Nice little getaway with free admission and donations accepted. Beautiful plants and koi pond. There was some type of function with tea, cookies and live music. Cute little gift shop as well. Was a nice...More

Thank Anita H
Reviewed December 10, 2017

When travelling, it never hurts to check the local calendar of activities. An old glass botanical conservatory in one of Tacoma's city parks might be an odd place to celebrate the season, but it was delightful! A warm welcome by ladies in Victorian costume led...More

Thank kumtux
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Reviewed October 30, 2017 via mobile

For the nature lover this is a must-see. The main building has quite a collection of plants. The outdoor park is beautiful for a Sunday stroll. Trees are marked with specie names and well over a hundred years old.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed October 5, 2017

Wonderful conservatory with free admission, located along the north side of Wright Park. During Christmas, hundreds of poinsettias add color. It's a great place to visit during the dark and cool winter months, to feel some tropical warmth. Nice diversity of plants and well maintained...More

Thank targhee42
Reviewed August 9, 2017

Hidden in Wright Park, a gem. Interesting collection of plants not seen locally. Very relaxing...I make a point to visit each time I am at Wright park

Thank Larry T
Reviewed August 2, 2017

This conservatory houses a beautiful well kept collection of plants and flowers. The best part is that admission is free! The blooming flowers were a sight to behold and I saw many varieties of plants that I had never seen before. There were various demonstrations...More

Thank KarenZoo
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