Krohn Conservatory's Holiday Floral Show Features Toy Trains and Botanical Replicas of Cincinnati Landmarks

Krohn Conservatory is upping the whimsy factor this winter with floral show "Trains and Traditions, a Cincinnati Holiday."

click to enlarge This year's Trains and Traditions show will once again feature botanical replicas of Cincinnati landmarks. - Photo: Provided by Krohn Conservatory
Photo: Provided by Krohn Conservatory
This year's Trains and Traditions show will once again feature botanical replicas of Cincinnati landmarks.

Krohn Conservatory is upping the whimsy factor this winter with floral show Trains and Traditions, a Cincinnati Holiday.

Opening Nov. 6, the exhibit will feature "a tapestry of colorful poinsettias, charming garden railways and beautiful replicas of Cincinnati landmarks created out of 'botanical architecture' by local artisans Applied Imagination," according to a release.

The 2020 show featured mini renderings of structures including the Roebling Suspension Bridge, Taft Museum of Art, Union Terminal and the Krohn itself (Check out photos from last year's A Very Merry Garden Holiday.). This year, Krohn says it will be revealing a "new iconic Cincinnati landmark."

Krohn is now offering extended hours — open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. Trains and Traditions runs through Jan. 9, 2022. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for those ages 5-17 and free for kids 4 and under.

1501 Eden Park Drive, Eden Park, cincinnatiparks.com.


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