Rockefeller Park Greenhouse

The weekend before last my best friend, Elycia, and her family came down from Canada to visit us. After getting breakfast and coffee at our favorite neighborhood spot, Jeff had the idea that we should head to Rockefeller Park Greenhouse. The greenhouse was built in 1905 and used originally to grow plants for the city. These days it’s free to visit, warm, and one heck of a great way to spend a snowy afternoon.

We had actually taken Elycia here four years ago when she came up for a visit. At the time she only had one child and he was just a toddler. This time around her son, Milo, was old enough to really enjoy all the plants. He even took some photos of his own. (Kids taking photos melts my heart, just so ya know!) Her daughter, who is nearly 3 already, even ran around with a phone taking photos… although most of the time it was on selfie mode.

Just like every previous visit to the greenhouse, I wondered why I don’t visit more often. Aside from our group, there was only one other family there meaning we basically had the place to ourselves. It was nothing short of a perfect afternoon.

Here is 2015’s visit to Rockefeller Park Greenhouse. It’s always fun to see how much my photography has changed and improved. 

If you’ll be visiting Cleveland, here is a list of a few more of my favorite places.

Author: Kaylah

Just a green haired gal from Cleveland, Ohio! A collector of weird things. Plant Enthusiast. Wanderer. Beachcomber. Forever longing for the desert.

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