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A scenic garden with stone walkways and spectacular mountain views and water features. The gardens were started in 1929 by Herman and Ruth Ohme and first open to the public in 1939. Enjoy a refreshing respite at this amazing evergreen oasis in the...more
Ohme Gardens is a remarkable creation. Beautiful, serene and a lovely place for a peaceful walk. Weddings and concerts are often held there and the area lends itself greatly to these events, or a casual stroll.
we are in the minority that did not find this garden of be attractive, it is also difficult to negotiate, tons of steps going everywhere, there were no colour for lack of flowers.
maybe there were lots of effort put into it, but the end...More
The property covers 9 acres. Walking sticks are provided and recommended. Lots of walking over stone and steps.
Several waterfalls, ponds, vista views of the Columbia river and with plenty of stone benches to sit on if you want to take a break to rest...More
I had several health issues including morbid obesity, which prevented me from ever visiting here since moving to the area in 2011, but since losing 200 pounds and resolving a number of medical issues, I was finally able to take in this destination spot in...More
Visited Ohme Gardens for the first time since moving here a month and ago, and I didn't realize how big it was. I love that there's so many different paths to take and so many beautiful little ponds and waterfalls. I love the little Stone...More
Amazingly beautiful park like gardens perched on a hill outside Wenatchee. Lovely blending of wild and cultivated plantings, outstanding views. The gardens were the life work of Herman and Ruth Ohme, now open to all.
I have seen beautiful photos of Ohme Gardens in Wenatchee since moving to Washington and finally had an opportunity to go. Unfortunately I was disappointed for several reasons. I have mobility challenges but don't use assistive devices. I found it very difficult to move around...More
Response from orionsangel2 | Reviewed this property |
The gardens are not stroller friendly. There is handicap access to the lower garden lawn, but not much access from there - but you can get spectacular views. I would recommend leaving the littles at home.