Cleveland Botanical Garden's newest attraction is the Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse. The glass house is a magnificent, 18,000 sq. ft., crystal-peaked conservatory that encourages visitors to explore two of the world's most fragile and exotic ecosystems: the spiny desert of Madagascar and the misty cloud forest of Costa Rica. Biodiversity is interpreted through living exhibits, which include more than 500 species of plants and 50 species of butterflies, birds, insects and other animals.
Come in and enjoy premier indoor and outdoor fun. Roller-skating, laser tag, miniature golf, Grand-Prix go-kart racing, batting cages, a video arcade, bumper boats, a NEW Kids' World, inflatables, a Rock Climbing Wall and much more still to come. Visit Fun-n-Stuff online for more information.