OPEN every day of the year The world’s premier horticultural display garden offers majestic trees, exquisite gardens and conservatory, concerts, educational opportunities, illuminated fountains, festivals and holiday displays. The Garden Shop offers gift items, plants, garden tools and books. The Terrace Restaurant is open every day and features full-service dining and a self-service café. 610.388.1000 • www.longwoodgardens.org AD MIS SION (subject to change) GROU P VI SITS $16 Adults • Group rates available $14 Seniors (ages 62+) • Guided tours available by calling $6 Students (ages 5-22) 610 388-1000 ext. 512 Free Ages 4 & Under HOUR S (subject to change) • General admission does not include specially ticketed events. 0 P E N E V E RY DA Y O F TH E Y E AR 9am – 5pm (until 6pm April – Oct) GA RD EN PA SS PR OG RA M Open Tuesday, Friday, Saturday evenings between Memorial Day Visit Longwood free throughout and Labor Day the year and enjoy many other 9am – 9pm (Christmas season) benefits by becoming a Garden Passholder. Passes are available Please note: for individuals, families and On November 19, 20, 21 there will grandparents. be limited access to the Call 610-388-1000 ext. 100 for Conservatory. more information. Outdoor fountains do not operate year-round. AC CESS IBILI TY & P HO T OGR AP H Y The Gardens are accessible to those with disabilities. Wheelchairs and electric scooters are available on a first-come basis (restrictions apply). Camera tripods for amateur photography allowed only 9am-12pm after filling out a permission form. Longwood Gardens information: 610 388-1000 Recorded information: 800 737-5500 in CT, NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, DC, VA Website: www.longwoodgardens.org Longwood Gardens, Inc. • PO Box 501 • US Routes 1 and 52 • Kennett Square, PA 19348 Ke n n e t t S q u a r e • PA l o n g wo o d g a r d e n s . o rg 6 1 0 . 3 8 8 . 1 0 0 0 LONGWOOD GARDENS EXPERIENCE SPECTACULAR The world’s premier horticultural showplace the seasons events GARDEN GROOVES: FESTIVAL OF FOUNTAINS THE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES May 26 – September 1 Memorial Day – Labor Day Dazzling fountains, refreshing shady groves and summer beauty Sit back and enjoy the cool sounds of jazz, bluegrass, classical enchant visitors. Enjoy special concerts and performances and and contemporary music throughout the gardens each Longwood’s spectacular illuminated fountain display on most Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evening during the summer. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Before each show, indulge in savory treats and beverages available for purchase in an intimate garden setting. EVERYTHING AUTUMN Afterward, top-off your night with the internationally celebrated Longwood Illuminated Fountain Show. September 8 – November 18 FIREWORKS & FOUNTAIN SHOWS Giant carved pumpkins, thousands of blooming chrysanthemums, music throughout the gardens, caramel apple tastings, an expanded miniature garden July 3 & 21, September 2 & 8 railway and authentic tractor display complement Celebrate a summer of “oohs” and “aahs” as spectacular nature’s brilliant foliage during this fun fall festival. fireworks and colorful fountains light up the sky and dance to stirring music. You won’t want to miss any of these special A LONGWOOD CHRISTMAS nights: A Night at the Movies, Celebrate America, or A Touch In 1906 when a historic arboretum of of Classical: Tchaikovsky. centuries-old trees was slated to be cut for November 22 – January 6 Experience a winter fantasy complete with 500,000 I n T R E E g u e—ART-INSPIRED TREE EXHIBIT lumber, industrialist and philanthropist sparkling lights, elegantly decorated trees, waves of May 26 – September 1 Pierre S. du Pont purchased the property to poinsettias and ice skating performances under the stars. Longwood’s most majestic trees are the stars of this innovative Festive music and colorful fountain shows complete the save the trees. He then began creating a environmental art exhibit. Called InTREEgue, the exhibit is a enchanting holiday atmosphere. series of eight creative installations that invoke the senses and world-class garden like no other. dining and inspire the imagination while celebrating Longwood’s most remarkable trees. Bring your cell phone and hear from the artists as they share their design intent and inspiration. Longwood Gardens, a jewel situated in the SHOPPING FIREFLY NIGHTS & historic Brandywine Valley, is a place of FAMILY ICE CREAM CONCERTS unparalleled beauty and grandeur. Often referred to as the world’s premier horticul- June 22, July 6 & 20, August 10 & 21 It’s the “bug” event of the summer! On special evenings tural showplace, Longwood’s ever-changing THE TERRACE RESTAURANT AND CAFÉ throughout the season, families can learn about, identify, catch gardens and opulent conservatory offer a and release summer’s nightlights. The evening also features a Fine and casual cuisine meets gracious hospitality at this family concert and tasty ice cream treats. renowned dining spot. Open daily. new experience with each memorable visit. NEW INDOOR From dazzling fountains to entertaining THE GARDENS SHOP CHILDREN’S GARDEN OPENS! concerts and performances to fine and A perfect compliment to your visit, this garden casual cuisine, the breathtaking setting of boutique boasts a selection of gifts and plants that will October 27 be sure to delight any garden enthusiast. Come explore this amazing new garden that will spark Longwood plays host to many one-of-a-kind imaginations young and old. Meet a drooling dragon, walk among waterfalls, explore a maze of towering bamboo and events throughout the year. encounter fun water features at every turn! (Please note: Access to the Children’s Garden may be limited during heavy www.longwoodgardens.org visitation periods.) is the best source for additional information.