Krohn Conservatory Christmas Display

The Krohn Conservatory Christmas Display in Cincinnati, Ohio is simply beautiful!  As I watched small children running from display to display, I felt like one of them, excited every time I took a photograph.  I almost tripped a few of them as I was running from spot to spot!  Poinsettias were everywhere!

Here’s the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge that spans the Ohio River from Cincinnati to Covington, Kentucky.  Mr. Roebling also designed the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City!


The colorful and intoxicating display of flowers and plants was almost overwhelming!


The cute trains chugging along, high and low, brought back memories of a Christmas long ago…


Each building represents a piece of Cincinnati’s history.  These buildings are the Procter and Gamble headquarters, with the Christian Moerlein Lager House in the background.


I believe these buildings represent the oldest neighborhood in Cincinnati—Columbia Tusculum.


There is an annual event called “Balluminaria”, that thousands of people attend to watch as hot air balloons are filled next to a man-made lake, called Mirror Lake in Eden Park.  I’ve attended once and it was spectacular!


There’s even a waterfall…


It’s the perfect place to bring children…


This mobile was so unique…


All of the displays were made out of natural materials, such as tree bark, sticks, and moss.


Here’s the Great American building with its beautiful crown!  And a replica of the BB Riverboats, with smoke coming from the smokestack!


I love the Krohn Conservatory building…


Railroad crossing…choo choo!


This building says Winton Place, which is an area of Cincinnati…


The miniature village is darling…


In the main foyer, these hanging lanterns gave it a middle eastern flavor…


There’s a lot more to Cincinnati and I’m discovering it bit by bit and the Krohn Conservatory is one of its jewels!

38 thoughts on “Krohn Conservatory Christmas Display

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  5. WOW! Once again you have blown me away with your amazing pictures! Each & every one of them are Spectacular! This display has really put me in the Christmas spirit! Merry Christmas to you & your family!


  6. Stunning photos .. what a place to visit – if you don’t have the Christmas spirit before the visit .. you will get it for sure.
    We call that red flower – Christmas Start! I just love it, but never manage to get one to survive Christmas, trying every year.


  7. Some wonderful shots Sherry with incredible colours. Are you shooting HDR or have you adjusted your sharpness tool? These shots almost look like you could reach out and touch them… once again… I love watching your skills create magic with each posting!


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