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You can access the garden either by driving your car or by parking below and climbing the 200 plus steps that wind up through trees on the side of the hill. It's a beautiful trail with great stops for photo ops along the way. It's...More
An absolutely perfect setting. Manicured beds and quiet to enjoy. Just shows what good deeds by the ultra rich can provide. A $5 donation is asked. Parking free. The Lodge is open and shows life a 100 or so years ago
We have been here before so we had to come back. Not everything was in bloom but it still was very pretty. Its a great place to spend a morning and see all the flowers. The shelters are a treat to sit under and soak...More
We didn't know there was a parking lot right next to the garden, so we parked down below and climbed a number of steps. I'm glad we did. The views up were great and it was a nice hike. Once we made it to the...More
We stayed at northeast harbor for a night during our visit and took the sea princess tour at 1.15pm. We wanted to look at something in the northeast harbor that would fit in time wise between 10.30am and 1pm ( arrive at the harbor) giving...More
WE know this place must be gorgeous at times- but we climbed their 200 steps and very little to see. There is a parking lot where you do not have to climb to enter! Asticou Gardens next doc was in its prime!
Small is indeed beautiful where this garden is concerned. Although a last minute addition to our private drive tour simply because I mentioned I loved gardening, this was memorable & worthy. With twin long borders, mirrored images of each other, full of late summer perennial...More