The Gala is SOLD OUT! Thank you to everyone who has purchased a ticket – see you soon! You may still make a donation to get us started on our next 125 years.
Ticket-holders will enjoy an enchanted evening celebrating Baltimore’s crown jewel on the 125th anniversary of our Victorian palm house at the Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore. Dance and dine to the lively melodies of the Swingin’ Swamis. Enjoy a captivating menu along with a signature cocktail as well wine, beer, and other beverages. An eclectic and artful silent auction will also be part of the festivities. Black-tie optional.
Gala tickets are sold out! If you would still like to contribute, a donation would be most appreciated.
It is your chance to shine, be with friends and support one of the most beautiful and exotic collections of plants in Baltimore and the region.
Saturday, October 5th, 7 – 11 p.m.
This memorable night will help support the preservation and growth of Baltimore City’s cultural gem. The Conservatory is a stunning example of Victorian architecture designed by George A. Frederick, and is one of the oldest surviving glass conservatories in the United States. The Conservatory can only survive the next 125 years with public support that will help us: maintain the buildings and their exotic plant exhibits; create seasonal flower displays; and, provide quality educational and recreational programming for our community.
Tickets are SOLD OUT!
Ticket sales are through our partners, The Baltimore Conservatory Association, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. The tax-deductible portion of each ticket is $60.
The Baltimore Conservatory Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works in partnership with and helps support the Rawlings Conservatory. Donations to the BCA are 100% tax-deductible. Donation checks can be made payable to the Baltimore Conservatory , and sent to P. O. Box 5668, Baltimore, MD 21210.
The Palm House — the second oldest glass, wood and steel conservatory in public use in the United States — is a Baltimore City Landmark, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties.