Sarah P. Duke’s gardens are in bloom! As one of America’s premier gardens, Duke Gardens has an exciting place in Durham, praised for its solitude, discovery, inspiration and meditation. Duke Gardens, also known as Duke University’s crown jewel, covers an area of 55 acres and is located on the west campus of Duke University.
More than 300,000 people come to visit each year and it is a major attraction in the area. Free admission.
Sarah P. Duke Gardens has created an environment of learning, inspiration and fun at Duke University Center through exceptional gardening skills and community contributions.
Sarah P. Duke Gardens is a prestigious audience that offers visitors special experiences, improves the art of gardening, demonstrates leadership in conservation and provides innovative programs. It is recognized as a garden. The garden plays an important role in Duke University’s life and values, providing you with a comfortable and beautiful environment that will keep you away from everyday life.
Calendar of events: https://gardens.duke.edu/events