Renowned Free Area Garden Welcomes Visitors Back Safely With Re-Imagined Garden Spaces


Image via Rob Cardillo Photography.

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will welcome guests back to Meadowbrook Farm beginning April 14, 2021 with timed and reserved tickets available to the public starting April 1, 2021. Meadowbrook Farms will be open through October 30, 2021.

Meadowbrook Farm is a 25-acre garden property that was entrusted to PHS by the late J. Liddon Pennock, Jr. in 2004, and has educated and entertained visitors with its unique gardens since that date.

 Located in Abington Township, discovery is around every corner at Meadowbrook Farm, connecting all visitors to horticulture and history.

Meadowbrook Farm is a welcome respite offering visitors the opportunity to experience the outdoors safely, and PHS is taking appropriate actions to ensure the health and safety of staff and visitors while providing a welcoming experience for all. 

Meadowbrook Farm’s health and safety plan includes social distancing, frequent cleaning of spaces, and usage of masks.

Sanitizer and masks are available in the onsite Meadowbrook Plant Shop as needed.  Along with these measures, timed reservations will be required to enter the gardens to ensure safe capacity levels.

“Meadowbrook Farm offers an experience that appeals to gardeners of any age and highlights the benefits of horticulture in a safe and beautiful environment,” says Andrew Bunting, Vice President of Public Horticulture at PHS.

The Plant Shop at Meadowbrook Farm will offer shopping for all levels of gardeners including a variety of succulents, perennials, pots, and specialty plants.

To reserve tickets online, please visit Meadowbrook Farm Tickets.  

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