Spring Seasonal Highlights 2014
When the first yellow buds of witch hazel appear, we know life is returning to the Gardens. With flowering trees, daffodils, and more than 240,000 tulips bursting into bloom, Spring Blooms creates a symphony of color like no other season. Spring Blooms is on view April 5-May 23 at Longwood Gardens. Learn more at longwoodgardens.org.
SP RI NG Spring Blooms April 5–May 23 Spring Blooms On view April 5–May 23 When the ﬁrst yellow buds of witch hazel appear, we know life is returning to the Gardens. With ﬂowering trees, daffodils, and more than 240,000 tulips bursting into bloom, Spring Blooms creates a symphony of color like no other season. Wander through our acres of spring… and come to life. Plan Your Visit Early! After this winter we are all ready for the first signs of spring! We’ve added more Member Appreciation Days for Members to enjoy our Gardens on weekdays to avoid the busy weekends and holidays. Encourage your guests to buy timed admission tickets early as tickets are limited. Highlights from Our Gardens Every Place Tells a Story (1) Our stories are strong and far-reaching. They touch the land upon which our story began, inspire our vision, and forever connect us with our community. This year, our longstanding roots give rise to spectacular things as we honor our sense of place, where every landscape in our Gardens tells a story. This spring we invite you to discover our new Story Sites. From learning how Longwood transitioned from a private estate to a public garden; to discovering the story beneath your feet on our Flower Garden Walk; to understanding the engineering marvels and novelties that make the Peirce-du Pont House unique, there are so many stories to enlighten, inform, and inspire. Enhance your experience by trying our new Garden Story Tour where our expert guides lead you through the highlights of select Gardens and share fascinating stories about our history along the way. year, they increase through selfseeding and bulb division. You can naturalize bulbs on a smaller scale in your own yard, too. Our gardeners suggest choosing hardy, long-lived small bulbs for your lawn, such as squill or winter-aconite, which self-seed. Do not mow the bulb foliage and surrounding grass for approximately six weeks after bloom, so that their leaves can make food for next year’s display. With proper bulb selection and maintenance, your display should increase year after year. A Sequoia in the Gardens (3) A story that stretches back thousands of years will be on view outside the Peirce-du Pont House from April 5 to May 11. A giant sequoia tree round (Sequoiadendron giganteum), measuring nine feet across and weighing about 1,500 pounds, has quite a history. In a letter in 1928, Mr. du Pont said he wished to acquire a section of a sequoia or redwood tree round because “few of our Eastern people have opportunity to visit the coast.” Mr. du Pont purchased the sequoia tree round from Sequoia National Park in CA where the tree had blown over in 1916. At that time, the tree was estimated to be 2,100 years old. Make sure to note the important dates in history marked on the rings of this impressive specimen. The First Signs of Spring (2) Our spring display began last fall, when teams of gardeners armed with bulb planters ventured outdoors to Oak Knoll and the lawns surrounding the Peirce-du Pont House to plant 50,000 additional geophytes to our impressive display featuring two million. These early blooming bulbs with their purple, yellow and white flowers are among the first harbingers of spring. The season unfolds with the yellow winter-aconite and lavender crocus in late winter, followed by the blues of squill and glory-of-the-snow in the earliest days of spring. The technique we use of planting informal patterns that mimic the bloom in the wild is called naturalizing. As the plants grow each 3 1 1950: A view of the former maple allée planted by the Peirce family. The maples were removed in 1951 and beech trees were planted in their place. 2 Celebrate National Public Gardens Day Friday, May 9 Activities: 11 am–3 pm Free with Gardens Admission Philadelphia boasts 30 public gardens within a 30-mile radius—the largest concentration of gardens in the U.S. To celebrate its status as “America’s Garden Capital” many of the region’s gardens, including Longwood Gardens, will participate in National Public Gardens Day. Join us and go behind-the-scenes to explore our Production Greenhouse, where our beautiful plants are cultured and grown. Our horticulture and research experts will share their knowledge and demonstrate growing and display techniques. Staff from our large-scale composting operation will also be on hand to share composting tips and samples of our compost. The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Chester County Historical Society, and other state and regional groups and representatives to rededicate this monument in a ceremony reminiscent of its original dedication. The Launch of Our TRIAD Fellowship The Great Gardens of the World TRIAD Fellowship offers aspiring gardeners an opportunity to live, work, and learn in three culturally and botanically diverse public gardens. The TRIAD Fellowship is a new partnership between Longwood Gardens, Hidcote Manor Garden in Gloucestershire, UK, and The Alliance of Hyogo in Awaji Island, Japan. The first TRIAD Fellows are two students from Longwood who will begin their experience in May 2014, spending four months each in the UK, then Japan, ending at Longwood. Throughout the year-long Fellowship, the students will experience the culture of three distinct regions of the world, learn Japanese traditions of horticulture and gardening, greenhouse technologies, greenhouse crop scheduling, plant identification, garden heritage management, plant record management, and much more. Preserving Indian Hannah’s Legacy Guests to our Gardens may notice the addition of a stone marker near our entrance this spring. The monument recognizes Indian Hannah, considered the last of the Lenni-Lenape or Delaware Indians in Chester County. Previously located on the shoulder of old Route 52, it has now been moved to a more visible location. In addition to being more prominent, the new location also provides safer viewing and better access and parking for the public to visit the marker. The monument, dedicated in 1925, is comprised of a boulder from the bed of old Pocopson Creek to which an inscribed bronze tablet is attached. Later this summer, we will join with Continuing Education Spotlight Clematis 3-part class, May 14–28 4–6 pm Explore the varied and colorful cultivars of clematis to blend architecture artfully with the garden and provide exciting vertical accents. Explore identification, habit, and creative uses of clematis suitable to gardens in the Delaware Valley. Floral Design: Factory to Fabulous May 17 9 am–12 pm Using found objects, galvanized steel containers, and a color palette of blues and whites, create two beautiful and unique designs. Take advantage of a great opportunity to link the world of industry’s past with the breadth and beauty of nature’s flora. Advanced registration and fee required: ce-registration.longwoodgardens.org 610.388.5454 For a complete listing of our Continuing Education opportunities visit us online and see our Spring Calendar. Members save 10%. Community Read Read. Think. Engage. Earlier in the year we invited you to read with us Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac as part of our inaugural Community Read. Together with local libraries and community partners we’ve been exploring the book’s ideas about environmental conservation, land stewardship, and community engagement. Watch Green Fire Documentary Online April 1– 8 Available at longwoodgardens.org An Emmy Award-winning documentary film, Green Fire tells the story of environmentalist and A Sand County Almanac author Aldo Leopold’s extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped the modern environmental movement. Conservation in Our Community April 12, 7–9 pm Meet Curt Meine, author of Aldo Leopold: His Life and Work, who has spent most of his career studying Leopold’s lifelong approach to conservation. Learn about current and future conservation efforts in our region and beyond during an engaging panel discussion featuring local thought leaders. A complimentary dessert reception follows the event. Free with Gardens Admission / Free for Members. Space is limited. Advanced registration required: ce-registration.longwoodgardens.org 610.388.5454 Live Facebook Chat April 4, 12–1 pm facebook.com/longwoodgardens Join us on Longwood’s Facebook page for a live chat with Land Steward Specialist Tom Brightman and Natural Lands Manager Bill Haldeman who will discuss environmental conservation and land stewardship topics surrounding A Sand County Almanac. Share Your Thoughts with Our Community Visit longwoodgardens.org to see a complete calendar of more than 40 Community Read events, lectures, and book discussions that are happening in our region! Community Read Read. Think. Engage. Members-only Moments More Member Appreciation Days! Monday, April 14, 21, & 28 Monday, May 5 & 12 Special Fireworks & Fountains Show Sale for Members April 24–29 To make Spring Blooms even more extraordinary for our Members, we’ve added more Member Appreciation Days! Visit us on these days to avoid the crowds and receive 20% discounts in The GardenShop, 1906, and The Café. Reservations for 1906 are strongly recommended via opentable.com. Encourage your guests to buy timed admission tickets for Spring Blooms early as tickets are limited. Members can purchase tickets to two exciting Fireworks & Fountains Shows at deeply discounted prices. Big Band & Broadway May 24 A Touch of Classical: Tchaikovsky July 19 Special Member Sale Price $25 Members ages 16 & over / $12 Members ages 15 & under Original Price $38 ages 16 & over / $31 Members ages 16 & over $22 ages 15 & under / $18 Members ages 15 & under Purchase tickets at: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000 Coming this Summer Sunday Members-only Hours July 27, featuring Red Horse August 24, featuring Le Vent du Nord 6–9 pm Exclusive Meadow Evening Thursday, June 19, 5–8 pm Be among the first to explore our new Meadow Garden during this exclusive evening just for Members. Flip ahead to our Meadow Garden spotlight to learn more. Registration is not required. Members may use complimentary guest tickets for this event. Mark your calendars for these exclusive Members-only hours featuring a free evening concert in our Main Fountain Garden. Take advantage of 10% discounts at the Café and 1906. Registration is not required. Members may use complimentary guest tickets. Save the Date: Members Wine & Jazz Saturday, June 7 2–9 pm Our Wine & Jazz Festival is expanding to a garden-wide experience with live jazz performances on multiple stages throughout our Gardens! Featuring Dee Dee Bridgewater Delfeayo Marsalis Quintet Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia Tony Miceli Quartet Tom Moon’s Jazz Casual Tickets on sale now Guests 21 years & older $45 / $38 Members Designated Drivers or Guests 20 years & under $30 / $25 Members Tickets: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000 Tickets limited. Sell out likely. No outside food allowed in the Gardens. This is a rain or shine event. For the safety of our guests, wine tasting will end at 7 pm. Gardens close at 2 pm to everyone but Wine & Jazz ticketholders. Presented in partnership with Mainline Magazine and WRTI 90.1 FM Summer Barbeque Savor picnic favorites with a gourmet flair during Wine & Jazz Festival. Special ticket required: $32 ages 12 & over / $29 Members ages 12 & over $19 ages 5–11 / $17 Members ages 5–11 $5 ages 1–4 / Free for infants New! Pre-order a Picnic Tote Bag Our insulated Wine & Jazz Picnic Tote Bag is packed with a savory sampling of gourmet cheeses, hummus, bread, salad, crackers, and water. Each Picnic Tote Bag serves two people. $55 / $49 Members Purchase: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000 Spring Calendar Plan your visit early! After this winter we are all ready for the first signs of spring! We’ve added more Member Appreciation Days for Members to enjoy our Gardens on weekdays to avoid the busy weekends and holidays. Encourage your guests to buy timed admission tickets early as tickets are limited. Garden Highlights Walks Meet our expert guides and learn more about our Conservatory and outdoor displays that are in peak bloom during Spring Blooms. Thursday–Sunday at 1 pm Free with Gardens Admission Check in the Visitor Center for Garden Highlights Walks meeting locations. Insider Tours Get an exclusive look at these amazing spaces on our Production Greenhouse, Main Fountain Garden Pump House, Open Air Theatre, and Italian Water Garden tours. Experience our new Garden Story Tour where our expert guides lead you through the glorious spring bloom highlights of select Gardens and share fun and fascinating stories of our history along the way. Thursday–Sunday at 11:30 am & 2 pm Members $3, Guests $4 Not all tours take place every day. Visit longwoodgardens.org or inquire in the Visitor Center to find out which tours take place on the date of your visit. April ulips Expected to Be On T Display in mid-April Visit the Flower Garden Walk and the Idea Garden to see hundreds of thousands of blooms in a rainbow of colors. ive Facebook Chat L 12–1 pm oin us on Longwood’s Facebook J page for a live chat with Land Steward Specialist Tom Brightman and Natural Lands Manager Bill Haldeman. Home School Day: Life Circles 10–11:30 am Community Read Book Chat A Twist on Origami 9 1–5 pm* Floral Fun: Jim Sutton 10 6:30–8:30 pm* Champion Trees 11 of Longwood Tour 4 12 Spring Blooms 5 By the Dawn’s Early Light 5:30–8 am* On View April 5–May 23 Pruning: Shrubs Delaware Photographic Society Exhibit On View April 5–May 22 Explore a photographic exhibit from The Delaware Photographic Society. As one of America’s oldest and most respected photographic associations, Delaware Photographic Society members have captured stunning images of our spring flowering plants and trees. See the exhibit in the Conservatory’s Lower Reception Suite. Meet the Trees 11 am–3 pm Children 12 years and under can gear up with our Arborists and experience an “uplifting” tree climbing experience. Learn the stories behind our historic trees on a walking tour with our expert guides. Activities are weather dependent. Beginning Bonsai Birds of Longwood Walk 9–11 am Conservation in Our Community 7–9 pm3 Enjoy an evening in our Ballroom featuring a lecture by Curt Meine and a panel discussion of community leaders focusing on current and future conservation efforts in the Brandywine Valley. 13 Beginning Bonsai 14 Birds of Longwood Walk 9–11 am Member Appreciation Day 9 am–6 pm Digital Garden Photography— Basic I Online 5-week online class* Stand up Straight! 6 C urtis Student Recital: Sarah Shafer, soprano 1 pm 15 Basic Floral Design II Class 17 iGarden 5:30–7:30 pm* Field and Feather Series: Interpretive Dance 2-part class April 17 & May 1 6:30–8:30 pm* Our Pest Friends Walk 8 11–11:30 am Elements of Design Tour: Wissahickon Park and Watershed 8 am–5:30 pm* Jazz Series: New York Voices 8 pm2 19 Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Organ Concert: Benjamin Sheen 8 pm2 Fountains in Perspective 3 8–12 pm* Water Gardening in a Container Easter Buffet 1–5 pm1 Live harp music featuring Janet Witman in the Conservatory. 12–3 pm 20 Easter Buffet 10 am–5 pm1 Curtis Student Recital: 4 Luosha Fang, violin 1 pm 5 Member Appreciation Day 9 am–6 pm Live harp music featuring Janet Witman in the Conservatory. 12–3 pm 12–3 pm 21 Member Appreciation Day 9 am–6 pm Story Time for Families 6 10 & 10:45 am Classical Concert: 8 André Watts 25 Trough Making 9 27 Organ Lecture & Demo Featuring Peter Richard Conte on The Longwood Organ 3 pm 28 Member Appreciation Day 9 am–6 pm Birds of Longwood Walk 9–11 am National Public Gardens Day Activities: 11 am–3 pm Go behind-the-scenes to explore our Production Greenhouse, where our beautiful plants are cultured and grown. Our horticulture and research experts will share their knowledge and demonstrate growing and display techniques. 10 For Me or Mom May Peirce’s Woods Expected to Be in Peak Bloom Wander through Peirce’s Woods and discover creeping phlox nestled beneath flowering dogwood and eastern redbud. isteria Expected to Be On W Display in Early May Application Deadline** College & University Internship Program International Internship Program International Training Program For September 2014 start date Birds of Longwood Walk 9–11 am Vertical Gardening Mother’s Day Buffet 10 am–5 pm1 Live flute and violin music by Monica Buffington and Ann Fontanella in the Conservatory. 12–3 pm 11 Mother’s Day Buffet 10 am–5 pm1 Live flute music by Monica Buffington and Lynne Cooksey in the Conservatory. 12–3 pm Carillon Concert: Doug Gefvert 3 pm 1 Nooks and Crannies: 2 Photographing Fountains, Pump House, and the Chimes Tower 12 Birds of Longwood Walk 9–11 am Member Appreciation Day 9 am–6 pm Dining Horticulture Education Performance 13 Moonlight Magic 1 Family Fun Members-only Our Pest Friends Walk 11–11:30 am Story Time for Families 10 & 10:45 am Special ticket required: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000 Special ticket required: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 Free with Gardens Admission. Advanced registration is required: ce-registration. longwoodgardens.org, 610.388.5454 Advanced registration & fee required: ce-registration.longwoodgardens.org, 610.388.5454 For a complete list of our Continuing Education opportunities visit us online. Members save 10%. 2 3 14 Weed Identification 9 am–12 pm* Tips for Turf Diagnosis: Insect and Disease Management 1–4 pm* Clematis 3-part class May 14, 21, & 28 4–6 pm* * ** To apply: longwoodgardens.org P rix-fixe, pre-performance dinner reservations available, $42. Make reservations at opentable.com. E njoy a complimentary coffee reception at the conclusion of this performance. P urchase tickets for our Summer Barbeque at longwoodgardens.org H ome School Day. Advanced registration & fee required: Call 610.388.5400 16 Floral Fun: John Moore 10–12 pm* 17 From Factory to Fabulous 9 am–12 pm* tudent Exhibition Garden S On View May 17–October 31 arillon Concert: Lisa Lonie C 3 pm Festival of Fountains On View May 24–September 1 ireworks & Fountains: F Big Band and Broadway 9:15 pm1 18 24 New! Story Time for Families is for children ages 3–5 and their caretakers. Young guests can enjoy fun stories surrounded by the beauty of our Conservatory. Story reading, songs, and puppets encourage children to discover the joys of nature, language, and literature. Story Time for Families is located at the Green Wall in our Conservatory. Please note all ticketed events are limited. Sell out likely. Birds of Longwood Walks require outdoor clothing and shoes/boots. Binoculars are recommended. Our Pest Friends Walks are led by our Integrated Pest Management staff and offer a glimpse into the world of insects and our pest management strategies. Is the class you want sold out? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610.388.5454 to be put on our wait list. Performances that Inspire Classical Series Anonymous 4: Grace and Glory Thursday, April 3, 8 pm The four women of Anonymous 4 are renowned for their unearthly vocal blend and virtuosic ensemble singing. The group travels from old world to new: the first half of this program contains motets & chansons from 13th-century France, and the second half is a collection of American traditional hymns and songs. Performance: The Ballroom $40 Reserved seating $34 Members Organ Series Benjamin Sheen: Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition Gold Medalist Friday, May 2, 8 pm In June 2013, Benjamin Sheen was crowned the winner of the Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition receiving the Pierre S. du Pont First Prize of $40,000 and a contract with Phillip Truckenbrod Concert Artists. Sheen is a Juilliard School masters graduate, a graduate of Oxford University, and is increasingly gaining recognition as an international concert organist. Performance: The Ballroom $25 Reserved seating $21 Members Jazz Series New York Voices Thursday, April 17, 8 pm This Grammy Award-winning vocal group is celebrating 25 years in music. Their interests are rooted in jazz, but often Brazilian, R&B, classical, and pop influences are infused with equal creativity and authenticity. Performance: The Ballroom $42 Reserved seating $36 Members Tickets Tickets to all Spring and Summer performances are sold via Ticket Philadelphia: Ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 Celebrating 100 Years of Arts, All Summer Long Tickets for our Summer Performance Series are on sale now! All performances start at 7:30 pm, and are presented in our outdoor Open Air Theatre. Summer Performance Series Member Discount: Members save $5 per ticket on all concerts sold via Ticket Philadelphia. Members, find your discount code on the back cover of this brochure. Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis July 29 The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is composed of 15 of jazz music’s leading soloists under the leadership of musical director Wynton Marsalis. $45–$75 Reserved seating $40–$70 Members The Best of Rufus Wainwright July 1 Grammy nominee Rufus Wainwright has established himself as one of the great male vocalists and songwriters of his generation, carving out his own singular sound in the worlds of rock, opera, theater, dance, and film. $37–$57 Reserved seating $32–$52 Members Savion Glover in Concert August 14 Savion Glover is a Tony-winning hoofer, choreographer, and producer. His numerous credits include the Broadway shows The Tap Dance Kid and Bring in ’da Noise, Bring in ’da Funk, and the films Tap, Bamboozled, and Happy Feet. $36–$56 Reserved seating $31–$51 Members Rosanne Cash: The River and the Thread August 19 The eldest daughter of country music icon Johnny Cash, singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash performs selections from her new album The River and the Thread. $35–55 Reserved Seating $30–50 Members Patti LuPone July 10 Multiple Tony Award-winning actress and singer Patti LuPone performs her original show “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda… Played that part.” $45–$75 Reserved seating $40–$70 Members Check our website for updates as concerts are still being added. Festival of Fountains On view May 24–September 1 Stand before towering fountains, see ﬁreworks light up the night sky, and enjoy concerts in the most beautiful outdoor settings. Join us as we open our new Meadow Garden and celebrate a century of performances when our Open Air Theatre turns 100. Our outdoor waterlily display comes alive with more than 100 types of day- and night-blooming tropical waterlilies, hardy day-bloomers, lotus, and other aquatic plants. Our Flower Garden Walk overﬂows with annuals and the deep shade of forest paths offer a cool respite. Summer Fountains Schedule Daytime Main Fountain Garden Shows May 9–September 1 there are 5-minute fountain shows at 12, 2, and 4 pm. * Shows do not run on the days of Fireworks & Fountains Shows. Open Air Theatre May 9–September 1, 5-minute shows run at 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 5 pm, and 5:55 pm. * Shows do not run on days when there are rehearsals or performances. All Open Air Theatre and Main Fountain Garden shows are weather dependent. Evening Main Fountain Garden Shows May 24–August 29 there are halfhour fountain shows on Friday and Saturday nights at 9:15 pm. * Shows do not run on the nights of Fireworks & Fountains Shows. Fireworks & Fountains Shows We’re presenting the best of the best… come relive some of our favorite shows! Big Band and Broadway May 24, 9:15 pm It’s all about the classics from the Big Band era and famed Broadway musicals, including Give My Regards to Broadway, Manhattan Lullaby, Luck Be A Lady, Moonlight Serenade, String of Pearls, and more. Rachmaninoff Power and Passion August 30, 8:15 pm This moving program spotlights the famed Russian composer’s Second Symphony. Celebrate America July 4, 9:15 pm Celebrate America with patriotic selections including John Philip Sousa’s The Stars & Stripes Forever, Richard Rodgers’ Victory at Sea, Irving Berlin’s God Bless America, and more. Ladies & Gentlemen… The Beatles September 13, 8:15 pm Celebrate the musical legacy of The Beatles. The show features many favorites, including Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Penny Lane, Here Comes the Sun, and more. A Touch of Classical: Tchaikovsky July 19, 9:15 pm This moving program spotlights the famed Russian composer’s Fifth Symphony. Tickets on sale now: Ages 16 & over: $38 Member ages 16 & over: $31 Ages 15 & under: $22 Member ages 15 & under: $18 Purchase tickets at: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000 Tickets are limited and include allday admission to the Gardens. Sell out likely. No refunds or exchanges. Gardens close at 6 pm to everyone but Fireworks & Fountains ticketholders. Guests may reserve a space in the viewing area after 3 pm. For the best viewing experience, guests are encouraged to bring a lightweight folding chair, but blankets are not permitted. Rental chairs can be purchased for $5, while supplies last. Abbacadabra: The Magic of ABBA August 16, 9:15 pm This show kicks off in the disco era with Dancing Queen and Take a Chance on Me, then jumps to their other hits including The Visitors and Name of the Game. Summer Barbeque Savor picnic favorites with a gourmet flair before fireworks launch. Special ticket required. $32 ages 12 & over / $29 Members ages 12 & over $19 ages 5–11 / $17 Members ages 5–11 $5 ages 1–4 / Free for infants Meadow Garden Grand Opening Weekend June 13–15 Discover new layers of beauty in our Meadow Garden. Spanning 86 acres, our newest garden features the best practices in ecological garden design. Meander through three miles of walking and hiking trails, explore four learning pavilions, experience sweeps of color in our native wildﬂower plantings, the historic Webb Farmhouse & Galleries, and more. The story and evolution of our Meadow landscape over time is revealed as you experience the harmony of nature’s variety and man’s careful stewardship. Members Exclusive Meadow Evening Thursday, June 19, 5–8 pm Free for Members Members get an exclusive opportunity to explore our new Meadow Garden! Discover what’s blooming, buzzing, and flying through our Meadow Garden with the help of our experts who will be on hand to encourage your curiosity. Members can enjoy the costume artistry of Annie Hickman, an adventurous seek and find scavenger hunt, concessions, and more! Registration is not required. Members may use complimentary guest tickets for this event. Gardens Information Gardens Hours April 5 –May 23 9 am–6 pm Admission Adults: $18 Seniors ages 62+: $15 Students with student ID: $8 Children 4 & under: Free Members: Free Prices and hours are subject to change. Dining at The Terrace The Terrace is a Certified Green Restaurant through the Green Restaurant Association and offers two dining experiences, open daily: The Café Enjoy casual fare made from fresh seasonal ingredients. 1906 Savor this artful, full-service dining experience. Reservations made via opentable.com or by calling 610.388.1000. Parking Longwood offers free parking for our guests. Please note: Off-site parking may be used on popular days, mostly weekends and holidays, which may require shuttle service. For Your Convenience Longwood Gardens covers many acres. There are no shuttles within the Gardens. We’re happy to offer the following: – Non-motorized wheelchairs, electric scooters, and children’s strollers are available on a firstcome basis for a fee. Supply limited, reservations not accepted. – Rentals are free for Members, but Member guests will be charged a fee. – Scooters are not available during rainy, snowy, or freezing weather. Become a Member Make our world yours—become a Member today. Membership pays for itself in two visits. 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