Gardens & Greenhouses

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Welcome to our collection of all things natural. Many of this world's wonders can be found in the humble garden. However, not all gardens, glass houses, and green spaces are created (and enjoyed) equally. This collection is brought to you by our most curious of adventure partners, for whom botanicals are a key element of their famous export - Hendrick's Gin. #AdventureCuriously

Salzburg, Austria

Schloss Hellbrunn

This Austrian palace is celebrated for its fountains and water tricks.

Patagonia, Argentina

Laberinto Patagonia

The largest labyrinth in Argentina boasts nine entrances for visitors to enter its maze.

Girvan, Scotland

Hendrick’s Gin Palace

Step inside a mystical palace designed with an "unusual" botanical spirit in mind.

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Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania, United States

Phipps Conservatory

The Conservatory is considered one of the greenest facilities in the world.

Wicklow, Ireland

Tinakilly Country House

A dream home built with a blank cheque from the British government. What and who could possibly do to be rewarded such an open-ended gift?

Turin, Italy

Villa Tesoriera

Designed by a opera impresario, this Villa is now houses the Andrea Della Corte Civic Music Library.

Helsingborg, Sweden

Sofiero Palace

The former summer home of the royal Swedish family, the Sofiero Palace has a rich history and an expansive array of spectacular gardens.

Madrid, Spain

Crystal Palace

While originally designed as a greenhouse, the Palacio de Cristal in Madrid currently houses art exhibits for the Museo Nacional Centro de Art Reina Sofi­a.

Oranienbaum-Worlitz, Germany

Gothic House

Originally Located in Germany's Garden Realm, the Gothic House was originally built as a gardener's apartment and was transformed into a private residence for Prince Leopold III.

Munich, Germany

Schleissheim Palace

The Schleissheim Palace is considered one of the finest examples of European architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Vienna, Austria

Palmenhaus Schonbrunn

This Victorian-era palm house is home to over 4,500 plant species cultivated from all over the world.

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Philbrook Museum

Built as a place where his two kids could entertain friends, oilman Waite Phillips donated this villa as a public art museum only 11 years after moving in.

Konstanz, Mainau Island, Germany


This German tower is straight out of a fairytale, as it is located on Mainau Island, home to many different species of trees, shrubs, and blossoms.

Edinburgh, Scotland

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

The second oldest botanic garden in Britain, founded in 1670, houses an incredible 13,500 species of plants.

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Tainan City, Taiwan

Tainan Park

This park is the oldest and the largest in Tainan and houses one of the few remaining Qing dynasty stone archways.

Berlin, Germany

Garten der Welt

This garden scape in Berlin truly offers a trip around the world to visitors with its landscapes that represent gardens from around the globe.

London, United Kingdom

Horniman Museum & Gardens

The Horniman Museum & Gardens in London, England is most well-known for its large collection of taxidermy.

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore Conservatory

Created specifically for exotic palms, this historic glass house provides an unobstructed space for the trees to flourish.

Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy

Villa Melzi d’Eril

Decorated by some of the most famous artists of their time, this Italian villa with sprawling gardens was the home to the Duke of Lodi.

Barcelona, Spain

Renaissance Barcelona Fira

This modern hotel exhibits a variety of plants on each floor and a vertical garden with more than 300 palm trees.

Marrakech, Morocco

Riad Yasmine

This particular patio seems plucked from the past - primarily thanks to the ancient Moroccan architectural techniques implemented in its design.

Porto, Portugal

Jardim Botanico do Porto

Formally a private estate in Portugal, these gardens are representative of an era when well-manicured recreational gardens were en vogue.

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Marjorie McNeely Conservatory

Como Park's glass conservatory is a shining star within the grounds. During the winter months, the warmth of this greenhouse creates a tropical paradise making visitors feel like they are in a reverse snow globe.

Como, Italy

Villa il Balbiano

Once home to papal Cardinals, this picturesque villa looks out onto the calm waters of Lake Como, Italy.

Frederiksberg, Denmark

Frederiksberg Gardens

One of the largest and most attractive green spaces in Copenhagen, these grounds were established by King Frederik IV for his summertime palace.

Funen, Denmark

Egeskov Castle

This floating castle appears to be from an enchanted fable, but in actuality it is Europe's best preserved Renaissance water castle.

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