World-class Guest Experience The centerpiece of the Gateway to the Garden campaign is the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center, serving as a place of welcome and a portal to the […]
Sustainably designed and built for future growth, the Gateway to the Garden campaign features best practices in construction, design, and operation to achieve optimal use with minimal environmental impact.
The Emerson Conservatory, featuring the Orthwein Conservatory Garden, is the first dedicated floral conservatory and display hall constructed on Garden grounds since 1915. A dazzling new conservatory, just steps away […]
The Lelia J. and David N. Farr Auditorium, situated within the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center, is conveniently located near two new classrooms and adjacent to the Emerson Conservatory. The […]
The Bayer Event Center provides an unparalleled opportunity to host private and public events in a setting like no other. State-of-the-art technology is blended with modern, elegant finishes to create […]
The William T. Kemper Lobby of the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center provides access to updated and expanded visitor amenities—ticketing, restrooms, dining, gifts, and education spaces. All visitor services are accessible on […]
Oertli Family Hardy Plant Nursery Propagating Endangered Plants The Oertli Nursery is the Missouri Botanical Garden’s center for propagating endangered plants for conservation and display projects. Most of the species […]
The Gateway to the Garden campaign will create new opportunities to experience the Missouri Botanical Garden’s work—connecting people with plants and showcasing the natural world—firsthand. Intentionally Designed By design, the […]