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I loved these gardens but was done walking in five to ten minutes. Also the admission fee is $5. It has lots of moss and stepping stomes on water. If in the area I recommend to continue the garden tour with Clay Gardens in Mineral Wells.
In the middle of the old part of Weatherford, Tx - just south of Ft. Worth is a gem of a garden built by a very well known British painter, who's portraits of heads of state can be seen at the Met in NY. He fell in love with a woman from Weatherford, and built this incredible garden with his... 更多
This garden was created by Mr. Chandor over a period of years, around the home he occupied with his wife. Originally from England he married a Texas girl who refused to live any where else. He started to create the gardens in about the 1930's, I think, adding to it as time and inspiration allowed. If you plan to visit,... 更多
Very pretty place for a wedding or a stroll. so much to see. Have been here many times and one time I met a lady who remarked that this is prettier than the Botanic Garden in Fort Worth! And I agree!
I've lived in the Weatherford, Texas area most of my life yet I had never had a chance to visit Chandor Gardens until last week. For years it was abandoned, but then some history loving people bought it and revitalized the house and gardens. It's now owned and operated by the City of Weatherford, and it is well worth the... 更多
The Chandor Gardens are a beautiful secret garden that we now know to share with visiting friends. So many nooks and crannies. Seating here and there make wonderful stopping points. Karen, manager and gracious hostess, took the time at the end of the day to show us through the home, and that tour was wonderful also.
Just an enjoyable place to visit and enjoy the quiet and relaxation. Touring through the house is a must to see the art work and pictures of famous people. Also a bit of favorable bias, because my wife enjoyed tending the gardens as a member of the Parker County Master Gardeners.