has an amazing array of both nature and man-made sights. Amazingly, flowers are not considered the major landmark of the garden. Anthony Chapel complex, particularly, draws lovers of architectural by its latticework created of wood and glass. Joy Manning Scott Bridge on the full-moon, which is among the most photographic characteristics in the gardens, fascinates visitors similarly with its wink to the old stone bridges of western China. Meanwhile, the green thumbs value the natural regions of the amusement, which include the bonsai garden and the woodland walk, which encompasses only a tiny portion of the diverse green areas of Harwan Woodland Gardens.
In winter, referees suggested that you visit the gardens to watch their amazing yearly Christmas exposition of lights. Newcomers said that the spring season, when the garden’s bouquet of flowers starts to blossom, is a good option if you do not attend during the holidays. No matter when you arrive, be sure to take a look at the impressive Anthony Chapel, which visitors consider to be the main attraction of the garden.
Entry to the Harvan Woodland Gardens is $15 for adults and $5 for children between 4 and 12 years, while children 3 and under can enter for free. Golf card hire comes for $15, and dogs are appreciated in the gardens for an extra charge of $5. Parking at Harwan Woodland Gardens is also free, which is particularly helpful as the only access to the gardens is by travelling approximately 8 miles south of Hot Springs city center. The gardens are daily open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the Chipmunk Cafe serves visitors daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. More information about Garvan Woodland Gardens can be found on its website.