Highlands Mansion & Gardens is a 44-acre historic site, including a Georgian mansion built in the late 18th century and 2 acres of formal gardens. The huge stone garden is a beautiful example of early 20th century manor gardening and is a perfect combination of gardening and architecture.
There are nine ancillary buildings on site, including a bank barn, spring house, greenhouse, smoking room, and gardener’s cottage for the Gothic Revival.
In October 2001, the Highland Historical Society began work to restore the 2-acre formal garden to its appearance from 1925 to 1935.
This is the project for the protective wall on the east side of the garden.
The Highland Building offers historical excursions in the afternoon from Monday to Friday, by reservation. The journey takes approximately 1 hour and costs $ 5 per person. From sunrise to sunset, there are gardens to explore freely every day. All photographs require prior authorization and fees.