Garden In The Woods: New England Wild Flower Society
Other Ideas: Purgatory Chasm State Reservation; Walden Pond State Park; Francis William Bird Park; Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area; Arnold Arboretum
|Official Website:||Garden In The Woods: New England Wild Flower Society|
|Location:||180 Hemenway Road, Framingham, MA, 01701|
|Hours:||Hours Vary see below|
|Ages:||Toddlers, Kids, Teens, Adults|
|Cost:||$$ see below|
|Category:||Parks & Nature|
This ever-changing living museum—New England’s premier wildflower garden—has more than 1,000 native plant species, with many rare and endangered native specimens throughout the gardens, as well as the unique New England Rare Plant Garden.
They have also ramped up their family friendly events and activities - many of their exhibits are fun for children of all ages - and parents too.
Plants are on sale from mid-April through September at Garden in the Woods Nursery - now the largest native plant nursery in New England.
April 15-October 31: Tuesday through Sunday and holiday Mondays 9am-5pm.
Last admission to the Garden paths and trails is 1/2 hour before closing.
After October, the Garden trails close for the season, but classes continue through out the fall and winter.
Adults (18-64) $10
Seniors (65+) $7
Youths (3-17) $5.
Members and children under 3 free.
Members are admitted free.
180 Hemenway Road, Framingham, MA, 01701 map
Located at 180 Hemenway Road in North Framingham, Massachusetts. A 40-minute drive from Boston or Worcester.
from North, South, East
Take Route 128 to Route 20 W; go 8 miles on Route 20 to Raymond Road (2nd left after traffic lights in South Sudbury); go south 1.3 miles to Hemenway Road and bear right up the hill to the entrance.
Take Massachusetts Turnpike. (Exit 12) to Route 9 E; go 2.4 miles to Edgell Road exit; turn left at the lights at the top of the exit ramp onto Edgell Road (Route 9 overpass); go 2.1 miles to the traffic lights; take a right onto Water Street and a left onto Hemenway Road. Go north 1.0 miles (the road name changes to Eisenhower Road, but keep going). Turn left onto Catherine, and left again on Hemenway after one block (up a one-way road) to the entrance.
- View a Trail Map of Garden in the Woods.
- Some local libraries offer passes to visit. Check with yours to see!
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