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Brookside Gardens Conservatory

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|Arts & Entertainment|North Kensington, MD 20902

1800 Glenallan Ave, North Kensington, MD 20902

(301) 962-1400


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763 reviews
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JohnAnnColumbia_MD on Trip Advisor

2 months ago

05/15/2020, 06:13 AM
Highly recommended Get-a-Way! We spent about an hour and half walking through Brookside Gardens on Thursday, 14 May. We arrived at 1pm at the Greenhouse and there was plenty of parking. We enjoyed a leisurely stroll through the park-like gardens. The Japanese Tea House and monument against violence at the opposite end of the pond were closed to visitors. We enjoyed the perimeter walk around the lovely landscaped grounds with refreshing stops at several of the park benches. We enjoy the many makers which identify the plants, flowers and trees. It was delightful just to sit on a bench in the shade of the arbor watching the bubble bees work the colorful Wisteria blooms.
Laurel Sharf on Facebook

2 months ago

05/06/2020, 04:20 AM
Tania Salmeron on Facebook

2 months ago

04/28/2020, 16:29 PM
Thank you so much to Jim for letting me record him gardening for my students to see at home! i really really appreciate it and he was so detailed in what he was gardening and what tools he used! thanks soooo much!
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Gina Wahlen on Facebook

3 months ago

04/14/2020, 05:27 AM
It's a beautiful place to walk!
Martha Fuentes on Facebook

4 months ago

03/18/2020, 01:48 AM
Es un hermoso jardín para visitar
Soledad Cespedes on Facebook

4 months ago

03/15/2020, 04:22 AM
Is my favorite place in the world!!!
natashalili on Trip Advisor

5 months ago

02/11/2020, 00:36 AM
Pleasant nature experience Great place for a family excursion. Don’t bring pets or picnic, not allowed. But it’s large has a path that follows a great distance through ponds and gardens. Also has an annual butterfly exhibit in doors in their green house. Can find discount tickets often on Groupon. Parking used to be tight but they have now extended their lots and also have interesting educational classes ( check their website) as well as event room rental opportunities. The holiday lights display at night is one of their biggest draws. Well worth the visit.
jinxminx on Trip Advisor

6 months ago

01/13/2020, 01:52 AM
been going since I was a child This is a lovely local botanical garden. Entrance is free (although the butterfly exhibit and the winter light display do cost money). A couple of years ago they made an additional parking lot, which is good because the gardens are popular. People come to take prom and engagement photos, and even get married in the gazebo. There are ever changing display gardens, a wisteria walkway, a rose garden, pools, hedges and rolling grounds dotted with trees and including a lake with a Japanese style roofed pavilion, from which you can see LOTS of turtles in the lake below, along with swallows flying over the water. Of course the conservatory/greenhouse, visitor's center, gift shops, restrooms, water fountains. There is even a labyrinth at the far end of the property. The gardens are beautiful and there are lots of butterflies in the summer. I often go when I feel like taking photographs and want somewhere close. Just really a great resource - you will see people of all ages and nationalities enjoying the flowers and the grounds.
bobthatsme on Trip Advisor

6 months ago

01/05/2020, 06:01 AM
Local treasure There's a wonderful display of tulips in mid-April, a rose garden which peaks in the summer, and many other flowers from spring through early fall. The conservatory offers flowers year round and an excellent butterfly room in the summer. Winter is pleasant, but not a destination attraction unless you come at night in December for the garden of lights. Birdwatchers can usually count on seeing a Great Blue Heron and other interesting birds. Wheaton regional park is adjacent to this and offers even more things to do, and most of all of this is free.
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