Seasonal blooms, rare trees, butterflies, and a Children’s Garden fill 23 acres of gardens started by Milton Hershey
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$12 for admission for two (up to $21 value)
$24 for admission for four (up to $42 value)
In 1937, Milton Hershey, founder of the eponymous chocolate company, wanted to build a "nice garden of roses," so the 3.5-acre Hershey Gardens was born and has now blossomed to over 23 acres. Themed gardens welcome visitors of every taste to wander among ornamental rocks and grasses or smell aromatic herbs. The Children's Garden features hideaways and whimsical characters to enliven imaginations. The Milton & Catherine Hershey Conservatory features the indoor Butterfly Atrium, which houses more than 500 butterflies in a tropical environment.
Great for kids as they can wonder and explore which means they will pass out in the car on the ride home!
Sharon C. ·
December 8, 2015
Visited Hershey Gardens on Nov 1 The gardens are quite lovely, even in the fall The roses are still in bloom A new conservatory is under construction so there were some noisy tractors and machines running for a while Still, there were many areas to sit, relax, and enjoy the the various gardens
Jen B. ·
November 3, 2015
Beautiful, we are planning to go back in the fall as well