Garfield Park Conservatory

Organization Description: 

Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Gardens is part of the 136 acre Garfield Park, managed by the Indianapolis Parks system and is the oldest park in the city (created in 1873).
The Conservatory houses 10,000 square feet of plants from the world's tropics. Changing educational displays and three spectacular seasonal shows make the conservatory a great place to visit throughout the year.
The Sunken Garden includes three acres of European classical formal gardens. The garden's three graceful fountains, paved walkways and benches throughout the the landscape, make it a gorgeous and relaxing retreat from citylife. The gardens are planted with three different seasonal displays a year. Both the gardens and the conservatory are completely handicap accessible.

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2505 Conservatory Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Mission Statement: 

Indy Parks will provide clean, safe, and well maintained parks

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