February 14 – March 15, 2015
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Adults: members/nonmembers: $8/$10
Seniors 62+: members/nonmembers: $6/$8
Children 3 to 12: members/nonmembers: $6/$8
Children 2 and under: Free
Buy your parking in advance for faster entry.
Orchid Two-Pack: includes parking and two tickets to the Orchid show
Tripods and monopods are not allowed in the exhibition except for Wednesdays during public hours of the Orchid Show.
The Greenhouses and adjacent galleries will have limited access January 26–February 8. From February 9 to 13, they will be closed in preparation for the Orchid Show. From February 14 to March 15, the Greenhouses will be open to Orchid Show ticketed visitors only.
It’s the best. Eye candy. Ever.
The Regenstein Center Greenhouses and Galleries are transformed by trees draped in orange and yellow Dendrobium, a hanging hedge of purple Oncidium, and vibrant Vanda in pink, orange, red, yellow, and even blue. See more than 10,000 orchids in all. Note to selfie: bring a camera.
About the Show
Take a deep breath...and take a break.
Cold outside? It’s warm inside at the Orchid Show Greenhouses and Galleries. Add live music (on Tuesday and Thursday mornings), an orchid marketplace, and our on-site café—it’s a great place to unplug and relax.
Morning Music with the Orchids
There is a lot to learn about Orchidaceae.
Did you know that it takes 45 to 55 orchid flowers to make a standard Hawaiian lei? That Cattleya was the orchid of choice for corsages in the 1950s? That Oncidium Sharry Baby smells like chocolate? There’s a lot to learn about orchids.
Learn from the Experts
Visit the Orchid Society Website
Generously supported by
Special offer to all Bank of America customers: Buy one ticket for entry to the Orchid Show with any Bank of America identified credit/debit card and get one ticket free (free ticket is equal or lesser value, on-site purchases only).