Visit Rhode Island's 12,000-Square-Foot Indoor Garden For A Magical Tropical Escape
Are you just itching for spring to arrive? While you might be seeing some early signs outside your front door, the explosion of colorful blooms is still a few weeks away in Rhode Island. Until then you can still enjoy all of the perks of spring at this massive indoor garden.
The Roger Williams Botanical Center is a 12,000 square foot tropical paradise. It is the largest public indoor garden in New England.
With two main greenhouses and three smaller greenhouses, you can wander from one to the next soaking in lush greenery and fragrant blooms. If you're feeling impatient for the arrival of spring, this spot is sure to give you your flower fix.
The space is warm and soothing. Encounter plants that you thought existed only on a tropical island. If this doesn't chase those winter blues away, nothing will!
Bring the whole family and make it a family outing. Kids will love checking out the fish in the koi pond.
While you'll want to visit this enormous indoor garden now, you should also plan a visit for when spring actually arrives too. The color extravaganza doesn't stop inside, the outdoor gardens are just as captivating when the warm weather arrives.
The Roger Williams Botanical Center is open Tuesday - Sunday from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission to the gardens is $5 per person, kids ages 6 - 12 cost $2, and children under 6-years-old are free. Military personnel and seniors over 64 pay $2.
Find the botanical garden at 1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence, RI 02907. Learn more by visiting their
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