This Jaw Dropping Place In Pittsburgh Will Blow You Away

A rare beauty sits in our backyard – a gem where butterflies captivate visitors, where visitors stroll among rare flowers and plants, and where an afternoon can simply melt away. Yet, many Pittsburghers, so used to having such easy access to this jaw dropping place in Pittsburgh, may take this rare gem for granted.

Phipps Conservatory has delighted visitors – with its rare plants and flowers, botanical gardens, holiday displays, and original artwork – since it first opened in 1893. Exhibits rotate periodically, making a membership to Phipps Conservatory well worth the money.

The conservatory plays a large role in environmental education, hosting programs for both children and adults. Visitors, for example, can join filmmakers for the Environmental Film Series every third Friday.

Scroll below for a visual tour of Phipps Conservatory then watch the approximately 10 minute video to learn more about this jaw dropping place in Pittsburgh:

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Take a tour of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Watch the video below.

Phipps Conservatory, just one jaw dropping place in Pittsburgh, is a must-visit for every native and visitor to Pittsburgh. But, you’ll also discover many other amazing places to visit in our city. Just check out this article for 10 amazing things to add to your Pittsburgh bucket list.