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Trains, Trestles & Traditions

Alli Walker
10 a.m.-7:30 p.m. , Thursday December 06 | $4-$6.

 Comes to a wintry world of whimsy and fantasy at the Krohn Conservatory Holiday Show. The annual Holiday Show features expanded displays, trains and botanical architecture. Families can enjoy activities such as Thursday Nights with Lights and Santa's Green Workshop. For a full list of activities, head over to Krohn Conservatory's website. 



Where: Krohn Conservatory
Phone: 513-421-5707
Address: 1501 Eden Park Drive
Website: http://www.cincinnatiparks.com/krohn

Krohn Conservatory

1501 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio
45206
 
Boasts new glass panes, orchids, accessibility and WiFi access. One of the largest public greenhouses in existence, the conservatory has five different areas.
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