Heritage Museums & Gardens is the largest public garden in Southern New England. It is located on 100 acres of magnificent grounds and trails on the banks of Shawme Pond in Historic Sandwich. Heritage is especially famous for the Dexter Rhododendrons as well as an encyclopedic collections of daylilies, hostas and hydrangeas. Heritage also holds a nationally-significant collection of specialty gardens, water features and sculpture.
Hidden Hollow, a family-friendly outdoor discovery area, is a place for exploration of the outdoors and our place in it. Heritage offers three gallery buildings housing permanent exhibits of world-class automobiles, a working vintage carousel, American folk art, and featured special exhibitions.
Heritage has miles of walking paths for you to enjoy and the Magnolia Cafe is open daily for lunch and light snacks.
Heritage offers many programs year round. Check the Calendar of Events to see what’s happening this month.
Heritage Museums & Gardens is a tobacco-free property. For the comfort and safety of the staff, guests and grounds, the use of tobacco products is prohibited on the grounds.
With the exception of service animals, pets are not allowed on the property.
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