“The Garden’s collections represent one of the finest botanical research centers and richest assemblages of plants in the world. Their diversity makes possible so much of the Garden’s scientific research, plant conservation and education.”
– Dr. Wyse Jackson
Opened in 1859, Henry Shaw’s Museum was home to many of the Garden’s early collections. It housed the Garden’s original library, herbarium and natural history specimens. After being closed to the public for 35 years, this historic space is getting new life.
Stephen and Peter Sachs Museum provides a unique opportunity to showcase many of the Garden’s collections, some of which are rarely on display.
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