Her words changed the world.

CT Historic Gardens Day

Sunday, June 25, 2017   Noon-5 PM
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

Take a self-guided tour of Stowe's historic gardens with offerings from shade-loving perennials and colorful annuals to exotic elephant ears, castor bean plants, and stately roses. The gardens include Connecticut's largest Merrill magnolia, the Stowe Dogwood™ cornus florida rubra, a pink dogwood believed to be from Stowe's time. and a National Champion tree, the Common Pawpaw. Enjoy plein air painting in the gardens!

With paid admission, take a Stowe Center tour and be inspired by the life and work of Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of the best-selling, anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Tour Hours & Admission

Stowe Center Gardens

RAIN OR SHINE! (Heavy rain may cause some activities to be curtailed)

All 15 of Connecticut's Historic Garden sites are marking the day with garden activities.  Check HERE for list of sites.