The Elizabeth Gamble Garden, located in Palo Alto, California, covers two and a half acres and includes an historic home and carriage house. The home was built in 1902 by Edwin Percy Gamble, son of the co-founder of the Proctor and Gamble company. His daughter, Elizabeth, bequeathed the estate to the city of Palo Alto in 1971.
Today, visitors can see fruit trees, a gazebo, herb garden, Mediterranean garden, rose garden, wisteria garden, and woodland garden.
The garden is open daily from dawn to dusk. Admission is free.