Fuller Gardens is one of the last working turn-of-the-century estate gardens left in the Northeast. Once an ornament to Alvan T. Fuller’s summer home, the grounds were designed in the Colonial Revival style by noted landscape architect Arthur Shurtleff, with additions in the 1930’s by the Olmstead Brothers.
Over 2,000 roses of many varieties bloom throughout the summer, with unusual and eye catching annual displays, English style perennial plantings, a hosta display garden, a tropical/desert conservatory and a Japanese garden and Koi pond are all within the sculpted hedges of this seaside gem.
Call or visit the website for our special event schedule. The Gardens and gift shop are open mid-May through mid-October.