attempted to visit today only to find a sign closed for the season. also I drove by 3 or 4 times before i noticed a little sign for the entrance. still looks nice from the reviews and hope go back when they reopen.
I've been to the Japanese Stroll Garden a few times, and it is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places on Long Island. It's so green, lush and tranquil. I can't express in words the feeling you get when you are there. It's a little slice of heaven on earth.
The surprisingly hilly trail twists thru local and exotic plants by a tea house and makes you wish it were ten times the size. Be prepared to walk uneven ground, guides are available and recently advised it might be in danger of closing.
We visited in the rain - and it was especially wonderful. Almost on a par with the Asticou Azalea Garden in Seal Harbor, though more authentically japanese. One of the neglected treasures of Long Island - I hope rumors it might shut through lack of funding are unfounded - though it's too nice ever to be popular.
Due to lack of funding the garden's tentative closing date will be in a couple of months (October). If you have the opportunity to go, GO. It is a 5 acre estate created by an Humes, an ambassador who landscaped the land to mimic a Japanese garden. The terrain tends to be hilly and is not wheelchair accessible. Cost of... 更多
The lush greenery of the garden ranging up the surprisingly hilly terrain is a perfect setting for this oriental garden. The pavilion and koi ponds blend with the gardens to make you breath deeper and let your spirit relax.
This garden is just full of greenery and it can bring peace in your mind within a few minutes. I... 更多
Pretty Japanese garden in a nice areas Not spectacular but relaxing avd charming I enjoyed my visit there Would recommend... 更多