Open Every Day
9:00 am–6:00 pm
Terrace Hours & Visitor Info
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.
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.
Hear Professional Gardener students discuss their designs and visions for these unique gardens.
Find out more about our bluebird program as we walk to several of the bluebird houses found in the Meadow Garden.
Join experienced guides on a quest to discover Longwood's feathery inhabitants.
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 birding experts as they explore the Meadow Garden in search of species that call the area home.
Join our wildflower experts on our meadow trails to discover what’s in bloom.
Explore the secrets of the Open Air Theatre. See fountain pumps up close and tour dressing rooms under the stage.
Join our experienced volunteers as they introduce you to bird watching on an easy hike through the Meadow Garden.
Bring friends and family and meet us in the meadow to discover the amazing habitat thriving there.
Join our experienced birding volunteers as they lead you through the Meadow Garden in search of our resident and migratory bird species.
Learn more about the pools, plants and fish that are part of this amazing display
Go behind-the-scenes on a tour of our Production Greenhouses with our expert guides.
Join us for a walking tour of the east gardens at peak display and share stories of their connections to Longwood’s history.
Enjoy a guided tour of our Conservatory as it overflows with mum blossoms.
Discover how Longwood's 4-acre Conservatory operates and how we maintain the plants on display.
Explore America's Garden Capital