A nationally known complex of gardens begun in the mid-19th century by Gov. William Alexander Graham and his wife, Susan Washington Graham. Montrose is listed property on the National Register of Historic Places. The grounds include several 19th century buildings, a rock garden, several acres of woodland plantings, and large areas of sunny gardens. Large unusual trees and shrubs and trellises, fences and arbors enhance the plantings. Guided tours available September - May by appointment on Tues., Thurs. and Sat. at 10 am. Groups of 6 or more may arrange tours at other times by calling in advance or visiting website. $11 per person.