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What You'll Get
- Admission for Two
- Admission for Four
The Fine Print
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About Berkshire Botanical Garden
Whether it's the vivid magenta dahlias, delicate apple blossoms, or the stunning magnolia stellata's blooms, it's easy to see why Berkshire Botanical Garden has been called “a glistening community gem.” The garden spans 15 acres filled with more than 3,000 plant species and varieties, many of which are indigenous to the Berkshires. This season, discover stunning installations by 10 contemporary artists throughout the Garden's beautiful grounds, and the iconic plant lithographs of Ellsworth Kelly inside the new Center House Leonhardt Galleries. :
It has only gotten better with age. Established in 1934, the garden is one of New England's oldest public gardens. As such, it has played various roles at key points in American history, creating a Victory Garden during World War II's rationing period and receiving international attention during the 1939 New York World’s Fair.
Education is paramount to the garden's mission. As a result, educational opportunities for all ages are available year-round. Kids are engaged by numerous learning activities, including Farm and Garden Camp and Family Fridays in August. Likewise, adults can attend weekly lectures or enroll in a horticulture certificate program offered in partnership with Berkshire Community College.
The botanical garden is a gracious host. The Harvest Festival began in 1934 as a fundraising event for Berkshire Botanical Garden. In the years since, the fall festival has grown to become its most well-known gathering. In addition to this popular event, the garden annually hosts a plant sale, a flower show, a holiday fair, and a garden party, Fête des Fleurs.