Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory
The Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England is named after the British explorer and naturalist who, as long-time president of the Royal Society, became known for his promotion of science.
About the Conservatory
The Sir Joseph Banks Conservatory is a tropical house themed with plants and reminiscent of the voyages of its namesake, Sir Joseph Banks. A gift shop is located at the entrance to the tropical conservatory.
The Conservatory is situated in the grounds of The Lawn, which are a popular green haven and venue for many summer activities. The John Dawber walled garden is another popular attribute of The Lawn Visitor Centre.
- Joseph Banks Conservatory and John Dawber Garden - City of Lincoln
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