On March 25, 2007, tabasco from Cincinnati (Anderson Twp), OH wrote:
We like the Krohn Conservatory, especially to take out of town visitors there for an afternoon walkabout in the Victorian Glass House. Besides the permanent collection of rain garden plants and temperate climate plants, the Krohn features a nice spring bulb display in Easter egg colors (but this lacks much sophistication for the true bulb enthusiast), a winter Christmas display of Pointsettias (again not especially horticulturally demanding) complete with a live nativity scene outside, and I have also visited a display of several unique miniature houses set out in a miniature garden. The Orchid Show and the Bonsai Show are also usually on the calendar at the Conservatory.
It's a fun place to visit and best of all, it's basically free, easy to get to, and easy to park there. We often go to the Art Museum just up the road (also in Eden Park and also free) where we tour the "Cincinnati Rooms" and have lunch in the cafe there (or take a picnic). A great tourist stop for anyone visiting Cincinnati.