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Guide to Local Gardens

An A-Z guide to visiting local gardens with your family



Ah, springtime at last! Make the most of the longer, warmer days by visiting the Delaware Valley’s public gardens with your family. Our region’s treasures range from charming urban gardens (such as Bartram’s or Camden Children’s Garden), breathtaking nationally recognized sites (Longwood Gardens) and exquisite historic estates that feature maintained landscapes (Rockwood, Wyck).

“Come on a beautiful day, pack a picnic lunch and bring your camera,” Tracy Tomchik of the Camden Children’s Garden suggests to parents planning a trip. Our guide includes features of each site, such as kids’ activities or tours, programs & events and spring blossom highlights. Click your destination below to start exploring...

Philadelphia & South Jersey
Montgomery County & Main Line
Brandywine Valley & Delaware

 

Stephanie Halinski is calendar editor of MetroKids.

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