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Krohn Conservatory Showcases Exotic Butterflies of Morocco

by The Cincinnati Team

​​Exotic Butterflies of Morocco at Krohn Conservatory         

Starting April 20th - June 30th, Krohn Conservatory will be open from 10 am-5 pm so you can experience the butterflies of Morocco.  If you haven't been in the butterfly room and experienced a butterfly landing on your nose, this is an event not to be missed and long remembered.  Daily, butterflies are released into the space.  It becomes a lavish assault to your senses...the sound of water flowing, bursts of colorful flowers, and musical rhythms in a setting that will remind you of the marketplaces of the Moroccan region.

To get your $1 off coupon for the show, click here.  If you are a photographer, come for the special night-time viewings on April 22 and 29, May 6, 13 and 20, and then enter the photography contest.  For other special events, check out their website.


Trains, Trestles and Traditions Now at Krohn Conservatory

by The Cincinnati Team

It's a must go!  This year's Krohn Conservatory Holiday show, The Return of Trains, Trestles and Traditions is one of the best ever!  Plan to take you family before it closes on January 6.

The show will appeal to all ages, but especially to train lovers and gardeners.  It's absolutely a treat! Trains wander over bridges and through tunnels and covered bridges, including the favorite, Tommy the Train. All are LGB trains that use "G"scale, a larger size that children can see more easily amongst the poinsettias, amaryllis', cyclamens and evergreens. The size is also perfect with flowers for garden railroading.

Applied Imagination brought all their talents to bear in designing the layout and building the miniature replicas of outstanding Cincinnati landmarks.  Even more interesting is that they are built out of natural materials.  The Roebling Suspension Bridge is made of bark...who would have thought that it looks like stone when placed in this display? Try to identify the historical buildings that have been recreated by Applied Imagination for the event.  







































































Buildings are, in order, Ault Park Pavilion, Union Terminal, Taft Museum, Eden Park Gazebo, Eden Park Water Tower, Krohn Conservatory.  Tommy the Train is going by the Batavia Train Station.

Thank you to the Cincinnati Parks, Krohn Conservatory and all the sponsors giving this gift to Cincinnati citizens for the holidays. 


Butterflies Return to Krohn Conservatory

by The Cincinnati Team

.Butterflies Return to Krohn Conservatory - Thru June 24     

Krohn Conservatory again is hosting its popular spring time butterfly show, this year titled "On the Wings of Harmony." Sponsorships from Procter and Gamble and Macy's help make the show possible. Visitors will be treated to vibrant, colorful butterflies from every continent on earth, except Antarctica.  The butterflies are in free flight throughout the display, landing on flowers and everyone's brightly colored clothing.  It's delightful!

Butterflies Return to Krohn Conservatory

by The Cincinnati Team

The Butterfly Show at Krohn Conservatory will focus on the butterflies of Brazil this year.  To kick off the show, a Samba dance will be held on Fountain Square at noon on April 15, trying to break the Guinness Book of World Records for most people dancing at one time. 

The show will start on Saturday, April 16 and run through June 26th,10am -5pm.  You will enjoy walking through the special butterfly room, with hundreds of butterflies in free flight.  Observe them flying, feeding, basking and courting.  Additionally, learn a little more about the rich culture of Brazil. If you are lucky, one will land right on your nose!

On April 29, a Brazilian Carnaval Dance Party will be held. Culinary, musical and cultural experiences of Brazil will be featured.



Cincinnati Parks - Spring Greening Weekend

by The Cincinnati Team

Cincinnati Parks are doing it again! Krohn ConservatoryKrohn Conservatory - Cincinnati Parks and Friends of Krohn along with the sponsorship of Duke Energy are sponsoring a GREEN WEEKEND on February 19-20.  There will be lectures on both days, tours and a Family Activity Area.

The Green Series hopes to increase public awareness of nature and green lifestyle alternatives.  They encourage attendees to make small, everyday changes that can preserve our fragile environment and demonstrate how everyone can appreciate the natural world.

On Saturday at 10:30 am the lecture is Raising City Chickens (I didn't even know you could have chickens in the city).  At 2 pm they will be discussing New toys for Green Gardening.  On Sunday, The 10:30 am lecture is How to Open your Garden and at 2 pm the discussion is on Eat Locally in Spring.  Because of limited seating, advance reservations are required for the lectures.

Tours on Saturday are at 11 am and 1 pm with a Taste of Krohn Tour.  On Sunday, there will be bird hikes at 11 am and 1 pm.

The Family Activity Area will be open both days from 11 am-4 pm.  On both days, they will play Spring Nature Bingo and do a Maple Syrup Display.  They will also be taking pictures of the children with the bunnies and chickens for an additional fee.  On Saturday they will be making a Greenhouse Garden in a Ziplock bag.  On Sunday they will do Terrariums: Nature in a Jar (with recycled jars) and Birds and Eggs Games.

Admission is $2, with children 12 and under free.

S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G with the Museum Shops of Greater Cincinnati

by The Cincinnati Team

S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G with the Museum Shops of Greater Cincinnati

Sharon Center at Sharon Woods will be open on June 26-27th for a showcase and sale of unique merchandise from gift shops associated with local museums and cultural centers.  The shop will be open one weekend only from 10 AM to 6 PM. 

Shops bringing merchandise will represent a variety of goods rarely seen in one location.  Items will be available from: the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Nature Center, Taft Museum, Krohn Conservatory, Beringer Crawford Museum, the National Underground Railroad Center, Hamilton County Park District and more.

Celebrate Wednesdays at Krohn Conservatory's Butterfly Show

by The Cincinnati Team

Wednesdays at Krohn Conservatory                             

During the Butterfly Show at Krohn Conservatory, they are Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Showopening especially on Wednesday evenings from 5:30-8:30 PM for you to enjoy the butterflies, Japanese Gardens, bonsai and ikebana.  You will sample sake and other Japanese drinks, as well as musical entertainment.

The goal is to allow us to experience the Japanese culture, its flora and fauna, right here in Cincinnati.  Japanese artist's work will be displayed. Plus, tourism videos will be shown of different areas in Japan.

Local bands that you can hear are:

Shiny Old Soul - May 19 (Part Jazz, part rock, all original, acoustic)

The Electric Generals - May 26

Kyle English - June 2 (Solo, Acoustic guitar player)

Jason Ludwig - June 9 (Singer/songwriter, plays with Noctaluca)

A new feature offered at the Krohn is the ability to download MPEG-4 video files to your I-phone and follow the tour as you visit various plant houses.  What a way to be able to learn as you tour!

Activities abound at Cincinnati Parks in April

by The Cincinnati Team

Park Activities for April                                                

Krohn Conservatory Butterfly ShowHamilton County Park District - Every Friday from April 9-May 28, join Fantastic Farm Fridays at Parky's Farm in Winton Woods (10073 Daly Road).  Children will experience hands-on educational activities and live demonstrations.  Nursery School through second graders will be able to plant veggies, card wool and measure the height of a pony.  Other activities will be sheep shearing, goat milking, and fishing.  Free! Registration is recommended.Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show

Cincinnati Park District's Krohn Conservatory- If you have never been to the Butterfly Show, don't miss it this year. It's the fifteenth year where you have an opportunity to have butterflies land on your hands and head.  Held from April 17 through June 20, 10am-5pm, the show will mimic the changes of seasons and feature the Butterflies of Japan. Unlimited entry pins can be purchased for $10 online. See for more information.


Krohn Conservatory Puts on its Holiday Finery

by The Cincinnati Team

This year's theme at Krohn Conservatory is Lucia's Garden, inspired by Swedish holiday traditions and celebrations. Specific fun activities will be another train display, hundreds of poinsettias and a tree decorated with hundreds of handmade ornaments collected from park volunteers all over the area.krohn conservatory

December 11-January 3 - Outdoor Live Nativity Display

December 15-16th - Know Theatre will present The Brother's Grimm stories with Jacob and Wilhelm and their sister Charlotte. 5 PM Do you remember their famous tales?

Krohn Conservatory Reopens

by The Cincinnati Team

Krohn Conservatory CincinnatiEverywhere you look around Krohn Conservatory, they are working hard in anticipation of the reopening scheduled for Saturday, August 29.  The entire Conservatory has been closed since July 20th for renovations.  It's not surprising that they needed a face lift after 75 years!

The official celebration begins at 10:15 am and includes the unveiling of the Palm House waterfall and bridge.  Also, for the first time there will be a self-guided tours available.  Keepsake posters will be given to the first 100 visitors.

Krohn, located in Eden Park, is considered to be an example of the Art Deco era, since it was built in 1933.  Inside, the greenhouses are divided into areas dedicated to various climates in the world...palm house, fern house, desert house, orchid collection and the Show House. 

The Show House collection rotates depending upon the season.  Probably best known of the shows is the Butterfly exhibit each spring.  I've always wanted to have a butterfly land on my finger and that's a possibility when there are so many flying around.

One of the best things about the Krohn is that is is free, though they welcome donations.  It is open every day of the year from 10am to 5pm, including weekends and holidays.

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