Conservatory Garden is a quiet, serene place, well-beloved by visitors who want to rewind and relax. The Conservatory Garden owes its name to the old conservatory that was there between 1898 and 1935.
It was transformed in what we know today by Gilmore D. Clarke, and was open to the public in 1939.
The Conservatory Garden is six acres large and consists of three separate and totally different gardens – the
French in the north, the Italian in the center and the English in the south.