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A small but visually dense garden with hundreds of fascinating details added by a variety of artists. Bring a picnic basket on Friday nights. Arrive by Uber or taxi as there is limited parking. Plan to peruse for less than 2 hours
My wife and I were invited to attend an afternoon tour of Chanticleer as a reward for her efforts in the Philadelphia Horticulture Society garden contest. I was completely unaware that this spectacular space existed and I grew up less than two miles from it....More
We visited Chanticleer for our designated day to enjoy the beautiful out-doors and
forget the horror of political woes.
It was as enchanting as ever. Beautiful plantings for fall colors and the Tea Cup Garden is a showcase for interesting tropical plantings and examples of...More
Chanticleer offers an enchanted escape to wonderland-like gardens and the chance to tour beautifully manicured grounds on wheels. The stroller friendly paths made it easy for us to visit with little ones in tow.
We highly recommend a visit, especially on a nice day!
Sort of a random collection of spaces and plant materials, although the ruin area was particularly well done with massing of design. Parking is easy. Wish there was more signage as you have to keep looking at the map. Finding the boxes with the plant...More
I have been to many, many gardens, all over the world! Chanticleer wowed me like no other. Exquisite, thoughtful, thought provoking vistas, extremely varied plant collection and a warm, friendly, knowledgeable staff. A must visit!
Visiting Chanticleer this weekend was a real delight. What a beautiful environment! My wife and I really enjoyed the water features and all the magnificent plantings. The little field of okra was great to see. The forest paths reminded me of Muir Woods. All said,...More
The Lotus Pond and the Garden by the pool
The ability to stroll on dirt rather than cement
Would be Helpful:
A lot more signs on the plants/trees/flowers...so I know what I am looking at. They were few and far behind.