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Schedel Gardens and Arboretum

19255 W Portage River South Rd, Elmore, OH 43416-9743
+1 419-862-3182
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Lunch and unguided tour

BEAUTIFUL SETTING!! Gift shop closed at 2pm on a Fri - darn. Lunch wasn't very good, but setting... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Perrysburg, Ohio
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Worth the stop if you're within 50 miles.

Beautiful gardens and arboretum make for a great afternoon...or morning. Spend as long as you like... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
Port Clinton, Ohio
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19255 W Portage River South Rd, Elmore, OH 43416-9743
+1 419-862-3182
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

BEAUTIFUL SETTING!! Gift shop closed at 2pm on a Fri - darn. Lunch wasn't very good, but setting on deck was fantastic! Would go after lunch next time!

Thank ksb57
Reviewed 6 July 2017

Beautiful gardens and arboretum make for a great afternoon...or morning. Spend as long as you like amid the beauty.

1  Thank billsharp2017
Reviewed 27 April 2017

No matter when you visit there is magic in this garden. The Japanese garden is fabulous from any angle so bring your camera. We just missed the daffodils but the trees were in bloom and wonderful. Later in the spring come the peonies and they...More

Thank LHoffman1978
Reviewed 24 March 2017

Its been way more than a couple of years ago but I remember it as a very nice place to visit during the summer, more for adults than kids. Its easy access right off the Ohio Turn Pike, on the edge of a small town....More

Thank James R
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Each time you visit the scenery changes with the multitudes of plantings. Very handicapped accessible including a golf cart ride throughout the seasonable gardens. The Brown meeting rooms are designed to handle various sized meetings. Activities during the year are extremely informational and are generally...More

Thank James H
Reviewed 16 December 2016

My fiancé and I got our engagement pictures done here, and they are breathtaking. This is such a beautiful place to visit! They also offer cheese and crackers here as well as wine.

Thank cassied2018
Reviewed 17 July 2016

This arboretum is breathtaking. The variety of trees,annuals, perennials,bonsai,ornamental vegetables and kitchen gardens are amazing. You can walk the grounds at your leisure of just sit and enjoy the views. Allow about 2 hours to enjoy all of the sights. The swans in the lake...More

Thank kazoo987
Reviewed 5 January 2016

The gardens are beautiful and it is a wonderful place to walk around and enjoy the view! If you need a place for a small gathering their building is wonderful for showers, family gatherings etc.

Thank Judith S
Reviewed 12 December 2015

Did the Ghost Walk in Elmore which ended with dinner at Schedel. What a beautiful place. Very pleasant. Amazing gardens to walk around, must see if your in the area.

Thank Raquel B
Reviewed 8 September 2015

The arboretum and gardens are a trust from the Schedel Family. After their passing the gardens and arboretum became available to the public. Their home is available to the public as are the gardens. The garden is beautiful in all seasons. There are a wide...More

Thank plantsiren
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