Open Every Day
9:00 am–6:00 pm
Terrace Hours & Visitor Info
You'll find options for any level of expertise. Choose a course in the medium you prefer, and use Longwood's majestic landscapes and extensive plant collection as the subject of your artistry.
Four-session course. Local painter Karl Kuerner is known for his idyllic landscapes.
Four session course. Join photographer Rob Cardillo on a journey through the seasons.
Create stunning images of our flowers in a workshop designed for photographers of all levels.
Explore the history of this photographic process and make your own cyanotypes using plant material from our water lily ponds.
Six session course. Relax, paint, laugh, and learn in this fun class open to all skill levels.
Shut down the judgmental side of your brain, and let your creative side shine through in this relaxing day in our Meadow Garden.
Four-session course. Explore a different garden setting each week to capture its beauty en plein air.
Nine-session course. This course is for beginners who marvel at the variety of shapes and forms in plants and flowers.
Nine week course. Use your artistic skills to illustrate plants and flowers from Longwood's greenhouses and outdoor grounds.
Nine-session course. This course is for beginners as well as more accomplished artists interested in mastering the art of plant illustration.
Focus on Longwood’s abundant water features in this hands-on digital photography workshop.
Spend an early fall afternoon photographing a little-heralded section of the Gardens: the Vegetable and Student Exhibition Gardens.
Six-session course. Learn techniques to capture the elusive subtleties of nature.
View Longwood's rare books and historical plates, then paint your own watercolor in the style of early botanicals.
Photograph and hike through the naturalized Abbondi property that is normally inaccessible to the public.
After a brief discussion of night photography, compose and shoot at your leisure.
Explore America's Garden Capital