Known for its massive annual plantings and bronze sculpture, this 7.5-acre garden is a popular and relaxing retreat. A Wedding Gazebo adds an air of elegance, a man-made re-circulating stream provides texture, movement and sound, and a Sensory Garden engages visitors in an interactive landscape experience. A variety of sculpture placed throughout the garden provides artistic and historic interest.
The adjacent Caldwell Park was established in honor of Rev. Dr. David Caldwell (1725-1824), whose home and famous “Log College” school for young men were originally located on the site.
Greensboro’s Public Gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful.