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While it was a little windy & cold i decided to go this last weekend on a perfect sunny Saturday!
It was pretty much empty except for a few people walking around.
Such a gorgeous place in the middle of Villanova. One of the most...More
The Main Line around Villanova and Wayne is fortunate to have beautiful and well maintained public gardens for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. The latest addition is Stoneleigh, a natural garden and a protected Natural Lands property located between Montgomery and County Line Roads,...More
We went here last week and walked around. There was a guide at the entrance who was very nice and gave us a map. The trail is a little over a mile but the estate is sprawling. The house is beautiful, the hare statue was...More
I visited Sroneleigh with a tour group on a bus trip. Setting up the trip was easy, Ethan was friendly and helpful. On the day of the tour the staff were waiting for us and graciously guided us through this historic, manicured, educational, interesting and...More
✔️Parking lot (too small for RVs)
✔️NO public restroom
✔️NO dogs, unless service animals
✔️House is open when appointment is made
✔️Partially shaded path
✔️A serene area
✔️Lots of photo ops
This is what a park should be. This former private estate has been transformed into a public park. The parking is convenient. There is a picnic area, a circle garden and rockery to name a few of the areas. Paths circle the park, which adds...More
Spend an hour or a half of a day in this natural garden in Villanova. Admission and parking are free. There is a paved path that loops around the property. It is approximately a mile in length and accommodates wheel chairs and strollers. You can...More
Beautiful setting, ample parking, nicely paved trails, no hills, easy walking, ~ 1 mile or so, around the grounds of the former Haas estate. Mansion still there but only open for pre-arranged tours and events. Free of charge. Good place for picnics or just strolling,...More