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A green oasis in the middle of Pittsburgh’s vibrant Oakland neighborhood, Phipps has provided a world-class garden experience to its visitors since 1893. Visit to discover breathtaking seasonal flower shows and special exhibits, a...more
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The conservatory is ever changing, ready for every season of the year! It never grows old. The fact that it is an indoor activity makes it great in inclement weather, and a place to walk and enjoy a relaxing environment of plants and flowers from...More
This was a nice relaxing way to spend the afternoon after a college tour. The gardens are almost all under glass and it is much larger than i thought it would be. Well worth the price of admission. I would love to see it at...More
I had been hoping to catch the butterfly house in the Gardens, but it was a bit late in the season. (Although we did end up seeing three stunning Monarchs.) Not only are the various "rooms' beautifully designed to showcase the different species of plants...More
Just a short walk from the Cathedral of Learning, one can explore this oasis in the middle of the urban surrounding and transport yourself to various perfectly manicured mini ecosystems of lush greenery.
While we always love a trip to the Phipps this one was a slight let down, we started in the cafe I had the pork sliders which were great, my boyfriend had the salmon pasta salad, which was a very large portion with a lot...More
Beautiful, relaxing, certainly worth the price of admission but the $40.00 parking ticket because we did not see the parking sign on the road "put a damper on the day". (Not the fault of the Conservatory) Staff was friendly and willing to share their knowledge....More
Phipps is one of our favorite places in Pittsburgh and we have made a point of visiting on every trip during the past 17 years. But this was the first visit for our twin 5 1/2 year old grandsons who just moved to Pittsburgh. Initially...More