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9:00 am–6:00 pm
Terrace Hours & Visitor Info
Find more family-fun and educational experiences for your little gardeners at Longwood.
Young guests can enjoy fun stories surrounded by the beauty of our Gardens.
Grab your Adventure Booklet and stroll through shady deciduous and coniferous trees. Discover exciting activity stations and achieve the Trees Legacy Badge.
Grab your new Adventure Booklet and walk through the Gardens with your troop to discover exciting activity stations and earn the Gardener Skill Building Badge.
Grab your Adventure Booklet and discover engaging activity stations in the Gardens to earn the Letterboxer Skill Building Badge.
Yosi and the Supedads bring a joyful experience to children through music in our gardens.
Bring friends and family and meet us in the meadow to discover the amazing habitat thriving there.
Grab a net and get ready to explore our 86-acre Meadow Garden!
Capture nature's beauty by designing personal pieces inspired by famous works of art.
Get a taste of nature by exploring the possibilities of plants in the kitchen.
Explore unique shapes and structures throughout Longwood's property and be inspired to create your own 3-dimensional artistic designs. This camp is SOLD OUT.
Recess Monkey is the nationally acclaimed trio of teachers speaking to both kids and their parents with catchy, melodic songs.
Explore nature's genius and uncover the unique characteristics of plants and the habitat that surrounds them.
Experience the renowned woodlands at Longwood and see trees in a new way.
The Brandywiners bring the beloved film to stage in Shrek the Musical for a night of family fun.
Come face-to-face with fascinating plants and intriguing pollinators.
Budding artists find inspiration for drawing and painting in our world-class Gardens. This camp is SOLD OUT.
Set out on an adventure collecting clues and looking for hidden objects.
Learn the key elements of digital photography while taking photographs that convey the magnificence of our Gardens.
Be inspired by the natural forms and geometric figures found in our Gardens.
Explore America's Garden Capital