HOURS OF OPERATION:
Tuesday – Sunday
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
THE PALM HOUSE GIFT SHOP
Operated by the Friends of the Conservatory and located on the north wall of the Palm House, the gift shop offers a wide variety of botanical inspired gift ideas to suit all types and ages.
- Hand painted and locally made flower pots
- Tropical houseplants and supplies
- Books about plants and how to grow them
- Conservatory-branded merchandise
- Nature-themed jewelry
- Housewares and ceramics
- Skin care and toiletries
- Postcards and Greeting cards featuring local artists and pictures of Conservatory houses
- Postcards of Volunteer Park and much more
Be sure to stop by often as there is always something new and unusual to find including:
Many of our items are hand crafted by local artists and are perfect for a unique gift for yourself or loved ones.
FOC Members receive 10% off all purchases, and receive exclusive monthly discounts and specials.
For questions contact email@example.com
On sale in the Palm House Gift Shop: ‘Flowers of Volunteer Park Conservatory’ by photographer and author Sara L. Chapman. The book contains photographs of all the plants in the Conservatory throughout the year with an identification guide.
“This book is for flower lovers everywhere—an exquisite little coffee table book of stunning, sensuous photography. Watch the changing displays of extraordinary tropical flowers and foliage in Seattle’s historic Victorian glass Conservatory. Includes plant names and index. Beautiful, relaxing, inspiring!”
CONSERVATORY RESOURCE CENTER
Tne Conservatory Resource Center contains flyers on the different plants in the Conservatory, and materials about Volunteer Park and the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Here you can examine plant parts through a microscope, and browse through the excellent reference books. You can also leave questions for the gardeners if the shop volunteers can’t answer your question.
Stop in and enjoy. Proceeds from the shop help to support and enhance the Conservatory.
The Friends of the Conservatory opened the Gift Shop and Resource Center in February 2003 to help generate a revenue source to support the Conservatory and to provide reference materials for visitors to the Conservatory.