Missouri Botanical Garden

The Missouri Botanical Garden opened its doors in 1859, making it one of America’s oldest botanical gardens. The 79-acre site displays more than 27,000 plants and over 4,800 trees. The garden is headlined by the Climatron – the first geodesic dome conservatory in the world. Over 2,800 tropical species are on display inside. The MBG is also home to Linnean House, America’s oldest continuously-operated display conservatory.

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