Dogwoods, magnolias, wisterias, azaleas, foamflowers, and more than 240,000 tulips herald spring’s arrival at Longwood Gardens.

Spring arrived with a dusting of snow this year...but in just the past few days, magnolia trees have burst into plump pink buds that boast "Spring is here!"  But if you're craving more, (and who isn't!) head for Longwood Gardens, where you'll feel mother nature exploding all around you!

Lilacs in the Square Garden
In spring The Meadow Garden is alive with flowering trees and a robust layer of herbaceous plants. Tulips wind around most pathways...White Wisteria drapes like nature's gossamer curtains from the trees...and lilacs stand guard at the Square Garden.

Plan your visit early - and purchase 'timed' admission tickets because admission is limited each day.

Tulips on the Walkway
Garden Hours
Now–June 5, 2016
Gardens ...9:00 am–6:00 pm

Terrace Café...10:00 am–5:00 pm

Mother's Day Weekend, May 7 & 8...10:00 am–7:00 pm

1906 Fine Dining Room
Open Daily...11:30 am–3:30 pm

Parking is free.

On April 8th Longwood Welcomes The Venice Baroque Orchestra
Recognized as one of the premier ensembles devoted to period instrument performances, their Longwood program, entitled Antonio Vivaldi: Concerti con molti strumenti, will feature several concertos written for the court orchestra of Dresden.