Most People Have No Idea There's A Fairy Garden Hiding In Arizona And It's Magical
You don’t have to believe in fairies to fall in love with this hidden sanctuary that’s as fun for adults as it is children. Because, where else in Arizona can you get lost in a fairy garden sanctuary built in the 1920s?
The odd thing about Valley of the Moon is that most people don't even know Arizona
has a fairy garden! But it's pretty amazing... take a look:
Tucson's Valley of the Moon was built under the direction of a one man, a dreamer who, in the 1920s had a vision for building a magical fairy garden that would welcome children and adults alike.
Today, Valley of the Moon is open the public and you'll love exploring the enchanting creations found here, like the Wizard's Tower, shown below.
The park's creator, George Legler, created the fantasy park with the idea that kindness to all is the golden key to happiness. The whimsical serenity found here reflects those intentions.
Over the decades, he built a fantastical sanctuary and opened it to the public. It's so loved, that Tucson's city council has zoned it as a historical landmark, and it was also added to the National Register of Historic Places.
You can visit and discover happily ever after at Valley of the Moon for yourself. The park is open the public (on certain days) and also has special events that include Fairy Lights Nights, Wellness Workshops, and Guided Historical Tours.
Additionally, Valley of the Moon is open (and FREE!) the first Saturday of each month.
Valley of the Moon is located at
2544 E Allen Rd., Tucson, AZ 85716. The historic park is only open on certain days. See their official website for more information.
While we’re on the subject of parks…
here’s how to plan the perfect visit to Arizona’s Petrified Forest.
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