The Place In Delaware That Makes You Feel Like You’ve Stepped Through A Magical Wardrobe

The grand gardens of Winterthur, Nemours and the Hagley estate are well known to many Delawareans, but perhaps the most magical garden in the state is hiding behind a big, imposing brick wall, tucked away behind one of the busiest Wilmington streets.

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The Marion Coffin Gardens at Gibraltar are open to the public, for free, from dawn to dusk year round. If you’re looking for a beautiful, scenic day trip, combine a trip to Gibraltar with a stop by Wilmington’s other hidden garden, the Goodstay Gardens, just up the road.