Gardens have always been an important aspect of the Williamsburg scene, both in the 18th century and today.
Colonial Williamsburg's political and historical legacy is well known, but despite its popularity, relatively few realize that in addition to being an important political and cultural center in 18th-century Virginia, Williamsburg was a center of gardening activity.
Today gardens and nurseries true to the plants and landscape designs of the 18th century, can be experienced and enjoyed throughout the Historic Area.
Williamsburg has a place for all the green thumbs. This is a lovely garden, and a nice place to stroll about even for the casual visitor.