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Bedrock Gardens

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marthaBrunswick wrote a review Sep 2020
brunswick70 contributions20 helpful votes
The site has an entry area off the parking lot for a ticket booth, restrooms and picnic area. The property is gently rolling and has woods, meadows, a pond, stream and mowed grass paths as well as chipped cart paths. Easy walking. Visiting groups were mostly masked and all gave wide berth to other groups while still being friendly. There are numerous side paths that don’t necessarily correlate well to the map. The few directional red arrows were very helpful and they could use a few more. There were many chairs and benches in spots with great views. The sculptures were amazing! The artist has taken some very ordinary metal objects, combined them and produced extraordinary sculptures. They’re sited throughout the garden, popping up in garden beds, pond edges, hanging from trees....they’re everywhere and I’m sure I missed some because I was as interested in the plantings as I was in the sculptures. The many specimen trees and shrubs need some tags for those of us who need some plant id help. Most of the sculptures were not titled. I’m hoping they’ll get around to more labeling in future. This sculpture garden is an easy detour off I-95 and a must-see. It’s a great outdoor artistic activity and the images are good for the soul.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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rockyisle wrote a review Aug 2020
The Villages, Florida652 contributions292 helpful votes
Spent a few hours enjoying the unique blend of art, flora and fauna. Almost impossible to describe. A must see. Plan to spend a couple of hours soaking in the joy of being alive. This was a great tonic during this pandemic. Lots of gentle hills. Paths are clearly marked. My only wish is that the trees and specimen plants be marked for us to learn more. We will return again later this summer into fall.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Karen L wrote a review Sep 2019
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We loved the many garden rooms & the artwork, but the site is somewhat hilly and there are few defined paths. At times, it took 2 of us to get the wheelchair up or down a slope. We would have liked to go again, but it's too challenging to get around.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Lisa C wrote a review Sep 2019
Lee, New Hampshire7 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful grounds. There are many paths through the grounds and all different types of plants along the way. There are also some interesting sculptures
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Date of experience: May 2019
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bgorman3 wrote a review Jul 2019
Rochester13 contributions
This place is like a mystery oasis! So calming and absolutely beautiful have been three different times and a,ways something new to see it’s like finding a buried treasure.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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