FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Come one, come all to the greatest circus garden in town.

The Botanical Conservatory invites everyone to join the circus and clown around in its newest winter exhibit ‘Under the Big Top.’

The supervisor of Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation said families will experience a variety of colorful, playful and interactive elements with kids in mind- and kids at heart.

Acrobatic tricks and topiary animals are just a few of the marvels to experience at the gardens until April 17.

“In the winter season we try to do a very fun playful exhibit and one that especially families can feel comfortable coming down, get out of the cold and have fun,” said Linda Miller with the Botanical Conservatory. “We got a lot of circus themes for you, we have our botanical big top tent, we have a our representation of a lion and you can play being the lion tamer.”

Saturday was the opening day and it included a number of special activities.

Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 3 to 17, and free for ages 2 and under.