Enjoy this outstanding garden in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Longwood Gardens is about an hour west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This place has hundreds of acres to explore with 11,000 varieties of plants, meadows, woodlands, and elaborate horticultural displays. Longwood Gardens was founded by Pierre S. du Pont, and it was inhabited by Quaker farmers before its conception as a public garden. Today, this extensive garden has fountains, a waterfall, small lakes, an exhibition hall, a conservatory, and an open-air theater for you to enjoy.
All are welcome to take a self-guided or guided tour during your visit to Longwood Gardens. General admission pricing is $25/adult, $22/senior, $18/military (active or veteran), $13/youth, and free for children ages 0 to 4. Hours are usually 10 am to 6 pm, but daily hours often vary depending on the season. Please check their website for up-to-date info and plan on spending at least three hours while visiting Longwood Gardens.