Heritage Museums & Gardens
65 locals recommend ·
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Beautiful gardens with many delightful surprises! There's even an old auto museum and labrynth.
The local arboretum that is the largest public garden in southern New England. From amazing hiking and grounds to stroll, to classes for kids, to a selection of vintage cars, to wedding-quality views, Heritage is a special place.
Nice historical museum with antique cars. Botanical gardens, and even an indoor carousel!
I love the gardens if you want the measure of Cape Cod gardens look no further. They also have a museum of classic cars and a fully restored and working carousel!!
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.
Large Garden/Park for walking. History museum with antique cars barn.
Heritage Museums & Gardens celebrates American culture and inspires people of all ages to explore, discover and learn together. Located on 100 acres of gardens and nature trails, Heritage holds a significant collection of specialty gardens, water features, and sculpture. Hidden Hollow, an…
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