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Bedrock Gardens

45 High Rd, Lee, NH 03861-6202
+1 603-659-2903
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A hidden gem off 125

Honestly just discovered the place after living in Lee for 8 years. I was honestly blown away by... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Zachary S
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Lots to look at and wander through

What an unusual and lovely place to visit. Many acres of garden plantings, from trees to flowers to... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Peter H
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Berlin, New Hampshire
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Bedrock Gardens is a private 20-acre garden designed, built, and maintained by its two owners. It is notable for its horticulture, specimen plants, garden design, hardscape, and art.Please note that it is open to the public only on the third Saturday of the month, May thru September. Check our website for details.
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45 High Rd, Lee, NH 03861-6202
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Honestly just discovered the place after living in Lee for 8 years. I was honestly blown away by what they are doing and their future plans. The gardens are unexpectedly beautiful and the stream is great. The gem however is the metal sculpture work. Worth...More

Thank Zachary S
Reviewed 3 October 2017

What an unusual and lovely place to visit. Many acres of garden plantings, from trees to flowers to grasses, augmented over decades, and all accentuated by Jill Nooney's whimsical sculptures. Many interesting sight lines have been planned and interwoven throughout. We took a free guided...More

Thank Peter H
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Two weekends a month during the growing seasons,sculptress and landscape artist Jill Nooney opens her previously private Bedrock Gardens to the public. Her imaginative sculptures from recycled metal are playfully placed throughout the 37 acre garden, Her "wiggle-waggle" stream provide a departure point from which...More

Thank rswivv
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

Open on the first and third weekends from May through September with a special fairyhouse event Columbus Day weekend, this is an incredible destination conveniently located off exit 7, Route 101. Four of us took the tour and were so glad we did. On 37...More

Thank Anita L
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Took an afternoon and explored Bedrock Gardens in Lee NH earlier this month. Nice place to take a break and appreciate the hard work others do. Grounds and gardens in full bloom and nicely "manicured". Many places to sit and just look around, take in...More

2  Thank Bear-in-Vermont
Robert M, Owner at Bedrock Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 7 August 2017

I am glad that you enjoyed your visit! Re Trash: Bedrock Gardens does have a "Pack it in, pack it out" policy, and we do encourage picnicking. On the occasions that we do have a caterer, they do supply a trash container. Sorry you had...More

Reviewed 19 June 2017

Open house on the first and third weekends of the summer months is not enough time to take in the scope of this 38 acre wonderland of art and culture of various forms of garden art and unique plantings.For a ten dollar donation you could...More

2  Thank WannaBTravln
Reviewed 24 April 2017

It's only April, so the garden was just starting to grow for the season. Not much in bloom yet but water and evergreens made a good background for visiting sculptures and the UNH student art show. The volunteers running the visitors tent at the front...More

1  Thank traveller0508
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Bedrock Gardens is a unique spot of extensive landscaped gardens intertwined with the owner's metal sculptures. In the past it has only been open to the public one Saturday per month in the warm weather months. The appearance changes each month as you might expect...More

1  Thank dlramus
Reviewed 18 November 2016

This is a private property that is only open to the public on certain occasions (5 times a year or so). It's worth it to go at least once. If you like unique plants, unusual steel sculptures and a bit of a reprieve from the...More

3  Thank dvaughan247
Reviewed 13 September 2016

We spent a very lovely few hours perusing the acres of gardens, lawns, woods, ponds, streams and metal sculptures at Bedrock Gardens. We had a map to guide us, but it was really quite simple to find our way around. I particularly loved the metal...More

Thank _dianelabella5
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Response from traveller0508 | Reviewed this property |
Not great. Parking is along the road or in a gravel parking area near the house. If you park on the road, it would be easy to take the wheelchair from there to the house, but it's a slightly uphill push from the road to... More
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no dogs allowed at Bedrock Gardens
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