Nestled in a partially hidden garden on the streets of a busy German city, you will discover the historic Wyck House & Garden, an oasis of colors and smells.
In stark contrast to the modern cityscape, the tranquil landscape of Wyck House & Garden offers a slippery experience for visitors.
Experience 3rd century horticulture on a site built according to a colonial village structure, including plantations, vegetable fields, herb fields and ornamental gardens. Wyck’s house and garden are open from April to November, Thursday to Saturday. If you contact us in advance, you can visit outside the opening hours.
Wyck’s history is as colorful as its gardens. Today, Wyck is a quiet 50-acre farm, built with Wissahickon schist and colonized by Quakers.
During the Battle of Germantown, the Hessian army captured the house and used it as a field hospital for the MASH unit in the 18th century.
Calendar of events: https://wyck.org/programs-events/wyck-spring-calendar/