A few seeds from across the pond have grown into 23 beautifully landscaped acres at Liberty Hall. The gardens at Liberty Hall were expertly designed to delight visitors with seasonal blooms from early spring to first frost.
Immortalize yourself or create a living monument to someone special by donating a tree to Liberty Hall’s Historic Grounds. Choose an oak, maple, sycamore, ash, dogwood or spruce tree to symbolize love, honor, respect, or admiration. The honoree’s name, type of tree and tree number will be displayed on a tree tag, affixed on the tree for all to see.
A remembrance featuring the honoree’s name will also be showcased on a brass plate in the Liberty Hall Museum visitor’s center. The name will be included in on our garden guide map so that it is easily identifiable and guests can visit the tree whenever they like.
Explore Our Trails
Liberty Hall’s English parterre garden features a full-length maze, providing optimal views of the seasonal blooms.
Take in the crisp scent of basil, rosemary, lemon balm, echinacea, lamb’s ear, bee balm and more on a refreshing stroll through our Herb Garden.
Unusual for traditional gardening practices at the time, the Serpentine Trail provides a fun rambling path through the grounds.
Flowers & Rose Garden
Liberty Hall’s charming rose garden is home to a number of rare fragrant species that have bloomed for centuries. The garden erupts in a flurry of rich color annually. Visitors are transported to the time of the mansion’s last matriarch, Mary Alice Kean. Set your screens aside and stroll through a vibrant web of lilies, hydrangeas, sunflowers, oleander and greenhouse plants.