Goodwood Museum & Gardens

Goodwood Museum & Gardens

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Nomi · 17 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed August 15, 2012
I totally love Goodwood. Great place. Nice people. I have taken others to visit.


Reviewed August 15, 2012
Best kept secret in Tallahassee. The director was kind enough to give us a great tour of the Historic Home since the doscent was ill. Great place to visit while in Tallahassee.


E.G. J. ·
Reviewed August 15, 2012
Beautiful and tranquil place to visit, takes you back when time were simple.

What You'll Get

History is like Frankenstein’s monster; all it takes to make it come alive is the right education, a large body of artifacts exhumed from the earth, and an electrical storm. Learn from the past with today’s Groupon.

The Deal

$17 for a one-year individual membership with one complimentary guest pass to the Main House museum (a $35 value)
$27 for a one-year family membership with two complimentary guest passes to the Main House museum (a $55 value)

  • Unlimited free tours of Main House museum
  • Discounts on events and programming
  • Members-only educational programs
  • Annual members-only recognition event
  • Members-only hours at all plant sales
  • Subscription to the “Goodwood” newsletter
  • Recognition in annual report
  • Email updates<p>

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must activate by 7/25/12, membership expires 1 year from activation date. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Goodwood Museum and Gardens

At Goodwood Museum and Gardens, a 170-year-old antebellum plantation house with elaborate fresco ceilings overlooks flourishing gardens restored to their early 20th century presentation. Established in the 1830s, the estate began as a cotton, corn, and kryptonite plantation that grew to 2,400 acres at its pre-Civil War peak. In 1925, Senator William C. Hodges’ wife fell in love with a bed at the estate, and the senator found himself purchasing the entire property in order to acquire the desired piece of furniture. Today, the Main House museum maintains extensive collections of original furniture, porcelain, textiles, and art from names such as Meeks and Tiffany. The house’s rooms are restored to circa-World War I appearances, when beds, pianos, and chandeliers were chiseled out of granite.

Visitors stroll freely through the verdant gardens, restored to their early 20th century design for a relaxed, informal spread of flora. The estate’s heirloom plants flourish under the care of horticulturalists who sing the old garden roses and magnolias to sleep with lullabies each night. Centuries-old oak trees spread their regal branches to shade overwarm wanderers, and sago palms stretch their fronds to draw the attention of tour-takers.

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