There’s No Better Place Than This Huge Lilac Garden Hiding In Massachusetts
This corner of Massachusetts is heaven for lilac-lovers. Lilacland in Pelham is one of the greatest collections of rare lilacs available for viewing by the public. For more than three decades, this secret garden has been opening its gates to people who flock from all over the region to walk amongst the gorgeous and fragrant blooms each spring. Best of all, it’s free to visit!
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The garden is open to the public every day during the blooming season, and there is no admission coast. You can enjoy this massive collection of lilacs for free while they last. There is also an art gallery full of paintings and drawings to peruse once you’re finished taking in the natural beauty of the gardens. If you’re inclined to take a bit of the garden home with you, the Lilacland occasionally has a potted lilac or two for sale.
Both street and lot parking is available. The gardens are open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day of the week during the season.
You can find Lilacland at 24 Harkness Road, Amherst.