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Explore an exhibit from one of America’s oldest and most respected photographic associations.
Explore outdoor fountains on a tour of the historic east gardens and learn why Longwood is an "Engineer's Garden."
Tour the first garden Longwood's founder Pierre S. du Pont created after he purchased the property.
Six-session course. Learn the fundamentals of floral design: how to condition flowers and use floral foam, tape, and wire.
750 jets of water come alive with five-minute shows set to music.
Join our experienced volunteers as they introduce you to bird watching on an easy hike through the Meadow Garden.
Go on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of our Italian Water Garden with our expert guides.
Learn about our heritage trees and native plantings with an expert tour guide on a stroll through our historic east gardens.
Join our experienced birding volunteers as they lead you through the Meadow Garden in search of our resident and migratory bird species.
Explore the heritage and history of the Performing Arts spaces nestled within the horticultural beauty of the Conservatory.
Enjoy a guided tour around our historic Orangery and Exhibition Hall.
Young guests can enjoy fun stories surrounded by the beauty of our Gardens.
Breathe in the fresh spring air and relish the beauty of our Gardens!
This summer explore the Gardens by day—and by night.
The Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican alt-pop singer-songwriter, Natalia Lafourcade, charms audiences with hits from her album, Hasta la Raíz.
Experience the extraordinary talents of 12-year-old jazz prodigy Joey Alexander, with the explosive string trio Time for Three opening the evening.
Delight in the spectacular jazz, pop, and classical performances you love.
Enjoy fresh local ingredients prepared by our expert chef at the Terrace Restaurant.
Discover interesting facts about our history, design, plants, and wildlife.
Continuing Education provides practical information, whatever your level of gardening experience.
Explore America's Garden Capital