The United States Botanic Garden is one of the oldest botanic gardens in North America. With clear glass domes, transparent greenhouse infrastructures, and beautiful, lively gardens, this Botanic Garden reminds visitors of the importance of plants to the human race and to the earth’s fragile ecosystem.

Not only presenting an eclectic array of plants from all corners of the world, the Garden highlights their aesthetical, cultural, economic, and ecological significance through exhibits and guides.

Maintaining over 26,000 types of plants, the USBG has committed itself to provide the public a place of scenic beauty and a chance to peruse an extensive collection of exotic flowers, herbs, cacti, and more.