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Chanticleer is a pleasure garden that is open to the public for tours and visits. Orginaly the estate of Christine and Adolph Rosengarten, the garden opened to the public in 1993. Known for its blooming lawns and lofty trees, the garden also emphasizes the colors and textures of its foliage and plants, along with plant combinations and containers. The garden consists of a pond garden, Asian woods, a stream garden, an orchard, a ruin and gravel garden, minder woods, the Chanticleer house garden, a cut flower and vegetable garden, a teacup garden, a tennis court garden and the serpentine. The garden also holds programs, workshops, classes and conferences and is part of the Greater Philadelphia Gardens. Season passes are available. Visit Chanticleer's website for information on pricing and guided tours for groups and individuals.
786 Church Rd, Wayne, PA 19087
- Hours: Wed thru Sun. 10-5 (April thru Oct) Fri 10-8 pm (May through Labor Day)
- Accessible: yes