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What You'll Get
For thousands of years, humans have studied trees to learn how they too can provide suitable housing for squirrels and grow lemons from their fingertips. Branch out with this Groupon.
$9 for One Adult Garden Admission (Up to $18 Value)
No matter the season, there's something to do at Longwood Gardens, from admiring the crashing waters at the Festival of Fountains (through Sept. 2), to looking at beautiful chrysanthemums during the Autumn's Colors event (Sept. 7–Nov. 24). Visit the Music room for the current exhibit Secrets of Victoria: Waterlily Queen, which explores the exotic South American flower (through Sept. 29). Click here to see current specimens in bloom within the greenhouse.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit multiple per person. Valid for adult admission only. Not valid with any other offers or for specially ticketed events, concerts, fireworks shows, dining events, Peak Days, or retail purchases. After this Groupon expires, it is worth the amount you paid for it ($9). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Longwood Gardens
Though Longwood Gardens owes its current incarnation to the tireless efforts of industrialist, philanthropist, and conservationist Pierre du Pont, the property’s history stretches back to precolonial days. The Peirce family purchased the land from William Penn himself in 1700, and by the end of the century the Quakers had already begun developing an arboretum on the premises. In the century that followed, the homestead was purchased by an ambitious 36-year-old du Pont in 1906. Throughout the next 30 years, du Pont built a legacy rife with extravagant European-style fountains, a picturesque 600-foot garden walk, and 40 indoor and outdoor gardens. Today, visitors experience a bit of du Pont’s passion for the tropical flora of the Americas during jaunts through the property’s 1,077 colorful acres, where they run into everything from flowering trees and delicate hybrids to carnivorous pitcher plants and an 86-acre Meadow Garden. In addition to cultivating lush flora, the garden’s stewards also encourage growing minds with an ever-changing roster of events, such as internationally acclaimed musical acts and immersive educational experiences.