New Hampshire's historic gardens include The Fells and home of St. GaudensBring your group to explore New Hampshire’s gardens grown in every shape and size in public spaces, at historic home and sites, and at living history museums. A nationally recognized rhododendron grove and wildflower trail blooms with flowers and song bird calls throughout the warm season. American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens’s property includes lovely gardens and walking trails. Historic but still very active gardens are worked all season by volunteers and learners at a still thriving Shaker community. Discover Japanese lily pond gardens, hillside, rock and secret gardens with alpine and native plants.
Enfield Shaker Museum
24 Caleb Dyer Lane / 447 Route 4A Enfield, NH, 03748 Phone: 603-632-4346
10 Willow Avenue North Hampton, NH, 03862 Phone: 603-964-5414
Hours: Mid-May through mid-October, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
424 Rockwood Pond Road Fitzwilliam, NH, 03447 Phone: 603-532-8862
Magnificent rhododendron grove and wildflower trail
117 Ridge Road Hollis, NH Phone: 603-465-7787
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
139 Saint Gaudens Road Cornish, NH, 03745 Phone: 603-675-2175
Fells Historic Estate and Gardens
Route 103A / P.O. Box 276 Newbury, NH, 03255 Phone: 603-763-4789
Guided tours of the gardens are conducted daily mid-June through mid-August, Wednesday through Sunday, at 1 p.m. Included in the price of admission. The gardens are open during regular hours year-round for self-guided tours and leisurely strolls. Gardens include the Perennial Border, the Rock Garden, the Rose Terrace, the Old Garden, the Pebble Court, and the Heather Bed.
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