30 Orangeries in 30 Seconds
1. The Orangery - Kensington Gardens, London
Kensington Palace is a royal residency based in Kensington Gardens, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London. The palace has an incredible orangery at the rear of the building.
2. Palacio de Cristal - Madrid
The Palacio de Cristal is a conservatory/orangery in Madrid's incredible Buen Retiro Park. It was constructed in 1887 on the Exposition of the Philippines, held in the same year, then a Spanish colonial possession.
3. Musée de l'Orangerie - Paris
The Musée de l'Orangerie is an art gallery of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings in an old orangery used to grow citrus fruits. The orangery is located in the west corner of the Tuileries Gardens next to the Place de la Concorde in Paris.
4. Schönbrunn Palace Orangery, Vienna
An orangery garden was established at the famous Schönbrunn Palace, which included a hothouse for overwintering the tender citrus trees. Franz I Stephan instigated the building of the Orangery by Nikolaus Pacassi, highly likely to designs by Nicolas Jadot.
5. Bicentennial Conservatory, Adelaide
Constructed in celebration of Australia’s 1988 Bicentenary, and designed by Australian architect Guy Maron, it is the largest single-span conservatory/orangery in the Southern Hemisphere.
6. Butterfly Wonderland, Arizona
Butterfly Wonderland is an incredible indoor, interactive rainforest habitat housing thousands of butterflies in Arizona, United States.
7. The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, Detroit
The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory is an orangery and a beautiful botanical garden located on Belle Isle, a 982-acre island park situated in the Detroit River between Detroit, Michigan and Windsor.
8. The Orangery at Margam Park, Wales
Margam Country Park is a country park estate with a large stunning orangery in Wales. It is situated in Margam, approximately two miles from Port Talbot in South Wales. It was once owned by the renowned Mansel Talbot family and is now owned by the local council, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council.
9. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
Chatsworth House is a stately home with a fantastic orangery in Derbyshire, in the Derbyshire Dales. It has been home to the Cavendish family since 1549.
10. Garfield Park, Chicago
Garfield Park is a 184-acre urban park located in the East Garfield Park neighbourhood with an incredibly stunning conservatory/orangery on Chicago's West Side. It was designed as a pleasure ground for the conservatory/orangery by William LeBaron Jenney.
11. The Orangery Nursing Home, Bath
Located in the small and beautiful city of Bath, United Kingdom. The Orangery Nursing Home is a nursing home located in a former orangery that was used for the original purpose.
12. Orangerie of the Royal Castle of Laeken, Laeken
The Castle of Laeken, is the residence of the King of the Belgians and the Belgian royal family. The incredible castle has a magnificent orangery located at the rear of the building. It lies in the Brussels region of Belgium.
13. Belvedere Orangerie, Vienna
The orangery at the Belvedere Palace in Vienna was once a stunning room filled with citrus fruit trees. It is now a stunning art gallery and a venue for some of Belvedere’s top-class temporary art exhibitions.
14. Stara Pomarańczarnia, Warsaw
The Stara Pomarańczarnia or Royal Łazienki in Warsaw is a royal theatre and former orangery based in Warsaw. The building is classed as a historical landmark.
15. Bolshaya Kamennya Oranzhereya, Peterhof
The Peterhof Palace is a stunning white and gold palace in Peterhof, Saint Petersburg, with an incredible orangery at the rear of the building.
16. Bolshaya Oranzhereya, Tsarkoe
The Bolshaya Manor in Tsarkoe, Russia is one of the most stunning structures in Russia. At the rear of the building is a large orangery that was formally used for its original purpose.
17. Kuskovo, Moscow
Kuskovo was the summer country house and grand estate of the famous Rusian Sheremetev family. It is located several miles east of Moscow and has a large orangery at the rear of the building.
18. Botaniska Trädgården, Linneanum
This orangery in Sweden is a 1787 neoclassical building housing the Linneanum's botanical garden's tropical plants & cacti.
19. Park of the Orangerie, Strasbourg
Park of the Orangerie is a flower-filled park dating to the 17th century, with a boating lake, water birds, and a terrace restaurant inside a former orangery.
20. Orangery, Düsseldorf-Benrath
Schloss Benrath is a fabulous Baroque-style Maison de Plaisance in Benrath that is now a borough of the German city of Düsseldorf. It was erected for the Elector Palatine Charles Theodor and his wife and has a fabulous orangery.
21. Nowa Pomarańczarnia, Warsaw
The Nowa Pomarańczarnia is a brand new orangery located in the famous Royal Łazienki.
22. Uppsala, Linnéträdgården
The Linnaean Garden or Linnaeus' Garden is the oldest of the botanical gardens in Sweden and the world. Within the botanical gardens is a stunning orangery.
23. Tuileries: Orangerie in the Tuileries Gardens, Paris
The Orangerie was first built in 1852 within the Jardin des Tuileries in order to house the orange and lemon trees of the garden. It was initially designed by the architect Firmin Bourgeois, yet completed by his successor Ludovico Visconti.
24. Belvedere Orangerie, Weimar
The Baroque Schloss Belvedere, Weimar on the outskirts of Weimar, is a pleasure-house orangery built for house-parties instead of the original purpose of growing citrus plants.
25. Finspång Castle, Finspång
Finspång Castle is based in Finspång in the province of Östergötland, Sweden. The castle has a large grand orangery at the rear of the building.
26. Orangerie, Fulda
The Orangerie in Fulda, Germany is a restaurant inside of an old orangery.
27. Gera Orangery, Gera
This exhibition building in Gera, Germany has a large art convention within the orangery of the building.
28. Herrenhausen Gardens, Hanover
The Herrenhausen Gardens of Herrenhausen Palac is an urban district of Lower Saxony's capital of Hanover and has a large grand orangery in the garden.
29. Orangerie in Harderstraße 10, Ingolstadt
Harderstraße 10 in Germany has a spectacular Orangery which is open to the public.
30. Orangerie, Kassel
The Orangerie is a large and stunning Orangery in Kassel, Hesse, Germany. It was constructed under Landgrave Charles between 1703 and 1711. Ever since then, it establishes the northern corner of the Karlsaue park. Today it is used for astronomy and as a physical cabinet.