Corliss-Carrington House Gardens

Providence, RI
Water feature, Dry/xeriscape, Organic/toxin-free, Woodland/shade garden, Garden structure/sculpture, Rare plants/plant collection, Alpine/rock garden, Fruit/vegetables, Historic garden

The Corliss-Carrington House Gardens cover about 0.9 acre. They include three water features; a brick, stone, and wood pergola; a large cobblestone courtyard; and a formal English garden. The garden features multiple flowering plants, trees, shrubs, and very old and notable trees.

See more: 
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corliss–Carrington_House
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Open Days 2021: Saturday, June 12
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This is one of eight gardens on the Festival of Gardens tour presented by the Garden Conservancy in partnership with the Providence Preservation Society and the Providence Tourism Council.

Access to these gardens is only with a day pass available for purchase (with a discount for Garden Conservancy members) at www.providencehousetour.com.

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  • Partial wheelchair access

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