Place Details

Place Details

Tauride Garden Greenhouse

The Tavrichesky Greenhouse is one of the oldest in the city on the Neva River. Its creation was begun in 1792 by the English garden architect William Gould.

Initially, another large greenhouse was located on the site of the current greenhouse of the Tauride Garden. There were not only strange trees and flowers, but also fruit trees, vegetables and fruits. In the 1920s, it experienced a strong decline, was restored and moved to the Botanical Garden, where it is now. And the current greenhouse was brought to this place from Tsarskoye Selo. Currently, it has a collection of tropical and subtropical plants.

By the way, it was here that shots of favorite Soviet films were shot: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, The Musketeers 20 Years Later.

There is an atmospheric café at the greenhouse, which occupies a small room on the second floor. Here you can try desserts and pies, drink tea, coffee or cocoa, and on weekends, attend workshops and concerts by jazz and electronic performers.

The Tavrichesky Greenhouse is one of the oldest in the city on the Neva River. Its creation was begun in 1792 by the English garden architect William Gould.

Initially, another large greenhouse was located on the site of the current greenhouse of the Tauride Garden. There were not only strange trees and flowers, but also fruit trees, vegetables and fruits. In the 1920s, it experienced a strong decline, was restored and moved to the Botanical Garden, where it is now. And the current greenhouse was brought to this place from Tsarskoye Selo. Currently, it has a collection of tropical and subtropical plants.

By the way, it was here that shots of favorite Soviet films were shot: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, The Musketeers 20 Years Later.

There is an atmospheric café at the greenhouse, which occupies a small room on the second floor. Here you can try desserts and pies, drink tea, coffee or cocoa, and on weekends, attend workshops and concerts by jazz and electronic performers.

The Tavrichesky Greenhouse is one of the oldest in the city on the Neva River. Its creation was begun in 1792 by the English garden architect William Gould.

Initially, another large greenhouse was located on the site of the current greenhouse of the Tauride Garden. There were not only strange trees and flowers, but also fruit trees, vegetables and fruits. In the 1920s, it experienced a strong decline, was restored and moved to the Botanical Garden, where it is now. And the current greenhouse was brought to this place from Tsarskoye Selo. Currently, it has a collection of tropical and subtropical plants.

By the way, it was here that shots of favorite Soviet films were shot: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, The Musketeers 20 Years Later.

There is an atmospheric café at the greenhouse, which occupies a small room on the second floor. Here you can try desserts and pies, drink tea, coffee or cocoa, and on weekends, attend workshops and concerts by jazz and electronic performers.

Address

st. Shpalernaya 43

Timetable

Tue—Sun 11:00 — 21:00

Phone

+7 812 579-81-23

Website

http://orangery-spb.ru

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/oranzhereya-tavricheskogo-sada/

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