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Chicago Botanic Garden Orchid Show

Things to do Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL , Suburbs Until Sunday March 24 2019
Recommended
4 out of 5 stars
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The North Shore's annual salute to this prized family of flowers is the perfect cure for wintertime blues. The greenhouses and gallery will be packed with more than 10,000 in-bloom orchids, featuring an array of hybrids.

Venue name: Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL
Contact:
Address: 1000 Lake-Cook Rd
Glencoe

Opening hours: Daily 8am–sunset
Transport: Train:Union Pacific N to Braeside.
Price: $12, seniors and kids $10
Event website: https://www.chicagobotanic.org/orchid
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    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
    • Chicago Botanic Garden | Glencoe, IL $12, seniors and kids $10 Book online
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tastemaker

This is such a beautifully curated show - well worth a trip to the suburbs! A particularly good event to go to unwind or to take your parents to, so that they can fawn over what a good child you are to them. The displays are stunning and even the hallways of orchids in history is super interesting. Did you know that vanilla beans come from orchid flowers? I didn't! KNOWLEDGE.