Welcome to the “Finest and Healthiest Part of the City“!
Mr. Ellwanger and Mr. Barry were nurserymen who owned the land that consists of current-day Highland Park and our streets. This area was for many years known as The Ellwanger & Barry Neighborhood. Our name was changed to The Highland Park Neighborhood in 2007. The Highland Park neighborhood has always been known as very family friendly.
LAMBERT CONSERVATORY TOUR
IT IS FEBRUARY, AND THE WEATHER OUTSIDE IS GENERALLY MISERABLE. COME IN OUT OF THE COLD, AND ENJOY A TOUR OF THE LAMBERTON CONSERVATORY ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 AT 9:00 AM.
The Highland Park Conservancy invites you to join us for a special treat. Noelle Nagle, Horticultural Interpreter with the Monroe County Parks Department and keeper of the flora and fauna of the Conservatory, will lead us on the tour and tell us about all the plants. She also will introduce us to the turtles and little birds who inhabit the Conservatory and for whom she cares. They know what a lovely space the Conservatory is, and you will enjoy spending a February morning there.
The Lamberton Conservatory is located at 180 Reservoir Avenue. The tour is free and open to the public.
We hope to see you on February 18.