Friends of the Mitchell Park Domes

The Domes


The Friends of the Domes welcome you to the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, also known as "The Domes".

The Friends of the Domes is a support group whose purpose is to enhance projects and programs in the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory.

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Different climates in the Domes

The Climates


The three Domes are home to flowers and plants from tropical and arid locations around the world. These architecturally unique structures are filled with plants and animals from different climates.

Each Dome is almost a half of a football field wide and seven stories tall.

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The Tropical and Arid Domes

Tropical, Arid


In the moist air of the Tropical Dome, you will experience 1,200 species of tropical plants.

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The Desert Dome represents the deserts of the world with plants grouped by geographic locations.

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The Seasonal Show Dome

Show Dome


Five times each year, the beautiful Show Dome has elaborately planned seasonal floral displays.

Come visit us at the Domes today!

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Continue Your Domes Adventure

Domes Re-opens!

Become a Member

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Holiday Floral Show

Poinsettia Promenade

Nov. 21 - Jan. 3

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Online Auction

Growing With the Thymes

Dec. 1 - 7

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Fall Workshops

Fall Workshops

starting Sept. 21

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The Domes Book

The Domes is OPEN!

Please make your reservation to visit.  And remember to wear a mask!
New Hours: Wed - Fri 9am-5pm, Sat & Sun 9am-4pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Milwaukee County Parks

The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, or "The Domes" as they are referred to, is a Milwaukee County Park and is in fact the oldest park in the Milwaukee Parks system. Rentals and ticketing are all managed by the County Park System.

The Friends of the Domes, responsible for this website, are people who donate time and effort by managing events, the gift shop, education, and other fundraising efforts to ensure that Milwaukee always has a world-class horticultural conservatory.

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