Date Of Visit: April 25, 2021
Location: Tower Hill Botanic Garden, 11 French Drive, Boylston, MA (about an hour northwest of Boston, MA or 1 hour north of Providence, RI)
Hours: Open Daily, 10am–5pm (Tower Hill is closed on Thanksgiving, December 24, December 25, December 31, and January 1)
Cost: (all tickets must be purchased online at their website for a specific timed entry but visitors can stay as late as they wish)
Members: FREE (must reserve ticket)
Seniors (65+): $11
Youth (6-18): $6
Children 5 and under: Free (must reserve ticket)
Dogs $7 (dogs are not allowed in the Yarnstorm grounds but there are trails they are allowed on)
Parking: there are about 100 plus free parking spots
Universally Accessible: Yes
Dog Friendly: Yes (dogs are not at Yarnstorm, but dogs are only allowed on the trails outside of the garden)
Summary: 40 artists knitted a variety of designs in the garden areas of Tower Hill Botanic Garden
Every year, daffodils become the centerpiece of the gardens at the Tower Hill Botanic Garden as well as the rest of New England,. And this year was no different. According to their website, the peak time of the daffodils is the 3rs week of April until the first week of May. So, I chose the last week of April to visit.
Unfortunately, it was raining during my visit. The rain did let up a bit during my visit. But it did rain during my entire visit. And the rain did make for some pretty photo opportunities with the droplets on the flowers.
Ironically, it wasn’t the daffodils that stood out the most. It was the tulips that really caught my eye.
The decor of the gardens at Tower Hill Help to accentuate the beauty of the flowers.
Unfortunately, I could not stay long due to the rain and the difficulty taking photos while I tried to keep my camera dry. But I did my best to capture the beauty there as best I could. But daffodils will be there again next year and so will i!