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Explore Gardens in Queen City!

Explore Gardens in Queen City!

Explore Gardens in Queen City!

If you are looking for an outing in a serene setting Explore Gardens in Queen City! You can relax and take in some beauty enjoying nature at any of the gardens below.

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is 380 acres of stunning blooms, sparkling fountains, and a conservatory that houses orchids and tropical plants. There are plenty of nature trails to enjoy at your own pace, or join in on a guided group tour, horticulture walk or birding walk.

McGill Rose Garden is a hidden gem that is tucked away at the very edge of Uptown and NoDa. This garden features over a thousand rose bushes in more than two hundred varieties, the rose garden is best known for its roses but keep an eye out for a large variety of annuals, perennials, and herbs that can also be found throughout the grounds.

The Duke Mansion sits on four and a half acres of breathtaking grounds at The Mary DBT Semans Gardens, located on the grounds of The Duke Mansion. Soak up the sunshine, explore the grounds or find the perfect shady spot to relax the day away.

Wing Haven Gardens & Bird Sanctuary is a peaceful oasis and home to two public gardens that serve as a reserve for birds and other wildlife, as well as a variety of flowers and greenery. The staff puts on more than 40 programs and events throughout the year so be sure to plan ahead and hit one of the educational tours, sit for high tea or partake in family gardening events.

There are many other gardens and it might be difficult to decide which garden to visit first. Perhaps select by location and make your way to any of these beautiful gardens mapped out below.

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