Heritage Museums & Gardens offers 100 spectacular acres of trees and shrubs, designed gardens, exquisite flowers and sweeping lawns. The gardens are a delight any time of year. Spring features showy Dexter Rhododendrons and flowering trees, while summer boasts brilliant hydrangeas and dazzling daylilies. Autumn highlights blazing foliage and the fall-blooming Franklinia. Winter showcases beautiful heathers, bright berries and noble evergreen
Heritage is home to over ten thousand rhododendrons of approximately 150 hybridized primarily by Charles Owen Dexter and the Dexter Estate Superintendent J.C. Cowles. Learn More.
See the most comprehensive collection of hydrangeas in the country in Heritage’s two hydrangea gardens. Learn More.
For an up-to-date list of the current blooms and sprouts, check out “What’s In Bloom?”
Heritage offers many excellent garden-related workshops, lectures and activities throughout the year. For more information on workshops, lectures and activities, visit the Calendar of Events.