Buffalo Botanical Gardens


The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens are botanical gardens located within South Park in Buffalo, New York, United States. These gardens are the product of landscaping architect Frederick Law Olmsted, glass-house architects Lord & Burnham, and botanist and plant-explorer John F. Cowell. (Wikipedia)

The Buffalo Botanical Gardens in Buffalo, NY was designed by Frederick Olmsted who famously designed Central Park in New York City. Certain elements of the garden, such as the tri-domed glass, were designed by Lord and Burnham who designed the Crystal Palace in England. The Buffalo Botanical Garden was built between 1897-1899. The structure is actually part of the city’s South Park. Today, there are 23 employees and over 250 active volunteers maintaining the Botanical Gardens for over 100,000 annual visitors. (Matterport) Captured by: VRealExperience


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