The 2013 Garden Tour PASSPORT will provide admission to 3 Louisville area neighborhood Garden Tours for one discount price of $27.00 ($35.00 value if purchased separately - save $8!). The participating Garden Tours and dates are:
Each Garden Tour will feature, on average, 8-12 residential gardens witin their unique and histroric neighborhoods. Although individual ticket sales for each Garden Tour will be offered as usual, this limited-time, advance-only-sale, discount package is available only until June 1st, All garden Tours will be held rain or shine (no rain dates).
The 2013 Garden Tour PASSPORT will be of great interest to the avid gardener, whether for personal use or as a gift for Mother’s Day, birthdays, thank-yous, etc.
The 2013 Garden Tour PASSPORT may be purchased online until 11 PM, May 31, and will be mailed to you. Tickets are also available up to and including May 31 at the businesses listed below and by mail.
Online ticket sales end May 31, 2013. Please bookmark this site and come back in 2014!
Purchase Passports online: Pay with credit or debit cards with PayPal.
Crescent Hill Garden Tour
Sat., June 1, 9 AM – 5 PM
The Crescent Hill Garden Club is very excited to offer this year a garden tour that reflects the diversity of our wonderful neighborhood.
The Crescent Hill Garden Club of Louisville is made up of some like-minded neighbors, who enjoy the art and labor of gardening.
The Crescent Hill Garden Club seeks out interesting and creative gardens once a year and presents them to raise money for the club’s worthwhile activities and to inspire kindred spirits of the trowel.
Enjoy viewing 12 gardens in one of Louisville’s most eclectic and historic neighborhoods. Lunch on the porch will be available at the Peterson-Dumesnil house, 301 S. Peterson Ave.
For more information, please visit www.crescenthillgardentour.org
Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour
Sat. & Sun., July 7 & 9, 10 AM – 5 PM
While the gardens are the premiere feature of the tour, over its 19 year existence the Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour has added new elements for its guests’ enjoyment. The Hospitality Center in Haskins Hall, a part of the historic Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, offers complimentary refreshments and is the site of a silent auction of garden-oriented items. Vendors set-up in the shade of old trees offer plants and garden ornaments for sale.
Since 2003, Gayle Warren, owner of the DuPont Mansion B&B, has generously sponsored Art in the Garden where artists create and display their work and guests may stroll among them to chat if they like. For the third time, Art in the Garden will offer for sale a signed limited-edition poster of a painting, this year by Louisville artist Ken Boatright.
For more information, please visit www.oldlouisvillegardentour.com
Audubon Park Garden Tour
Sat., June 22, 10 AM – 4 PM
The Audubon Park Garden Club was founded in 1929 to promote the beauty of the surrounding area, including the easements and small parks, and to encourage gardening among its members. During the annual “Festival of the Dogwood” in April, the residents illuminate their yards and common areas.
In 2002, the Club began holding garden tours to show the more private side of Audubon Park. Gardens range from formal to intimate, shade to sun, large to small, but all reflect the personal gardening tastes of the owners. Since all the gardens on the Audubon Park Garden Tour are within Audubon Park, many patrons choose to walk the approximately two-mile route.
Unable to attend all tours? Individual sales information: