Unique gems hidden away. These are special places that art and garden lovers should see. Click on the link for more detailed information and pictrues for each stop.
Total Driving Time: 44 minutes from Stop 1-4.
Windsor, VT. Cider Hill Gardens is a visual treat for gardeners and floral enthusiastics. People come by bus loads to see their impressive plant varieties. A truly must-see for the gardener.
Highlights: Whimsy sculptures, an art gallery, and relaxing gardens.
Hours: 10 am – 5 pm seasonal
Windsor, VT. Path of Life Gardens is a fun place to visit with large sculptures in an open space of green.
Highlights: More whimsical sculptures, hemlock maze, and stone labrynith.
Hours: 10 am – 6 pm seasonal hours – open yearround
Cost: $6 adults, $3 for ages 4+
Cornish, NH. St. Gauden’s is a National Historic Park and has impressive sculptures honoring historical events and people by Augustus St. Gaudens. There are also elaborate and extensive gardens to admire.
Highlights: Lots of history to learn, mansion to tour, trails, ornate gardens, and sculptor in residence
Hours: 9 am – 4:30 pm
Cornish, NH. Beautiful gardens and a place to sit and have tea. Bring some home too. The Song Garden is a pick your own garden with a tea house.
Highlights: lovely varieties of flowers, vintage and homemade goods, places to sit and admire
Hours: 9 am – 6 pm in season, tea room opens at 10 am
Cost: free to admire, cost for pyo bouquets by size