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Schnormeier Gardens is located on private property and is open to the public during the month of June from 10 AM to 4 PM ONLY Thursday - Sunday.
Thanks to the generosity of the Schnormeiers it is free admission and parking. The Gardens are not...More
This private estate is thrown open once a year and it well worth the visit. 75 acres of landscaped gardens and sculptures has something for every enthusiasts. The owner's imprint is evident and some of the areas are abut over the top. But there are...More
We had the most beautiful, cool, sunny day in these gardens. If you have the opportunity to go on the ONE weekend a year it is open, please do go. IT has interesting places for kids to see in the woods and ponds. Just so...More
This magnificent garden is only open to the public a few days during June. It is worth the trip. We were lucky enough to go on a private tour with the American Conifer Society. It is a private garden with a Japanese Tea Room, a...More
If you are in Gambier over the summer (which not a lot of people are) make sure to go to the gardens. You could walk around for hours (best with friends and loved ones) and see these unique Asian-inspired gardens in the middle of Ohio....More
Only open to the public for 4 days a year in early June, although they will accept large groups with appointments. The entire grounds are maintained by only 3 landscape persons - they must be magicians because this is as nice as any golf course....More
This private home and the beautiful Asian gardens with a tea room and other quaint settings are indeed a rare find. I have had the opportunity to visit on several different occasions and even volunteered for one of their events. Take advantage of the annual...More
Only open a few days a year but put this on your calendar for next late spring. The vision of sculpting their land from a ragged farm to a beautiful garden(s) and homestead is incredible. The Schnormeie's are gracious hosts as they open their property...More