Friday, August 12, 2016

Michigan 4-H Children's Garden





The Michigan 4-H Children's Garden is located on the campus of Michigan State University.  It opened in 1993, as one of five gardens that are part of the Michigan State University Horticulture Demonstration Gardens.


 The children's garden covers about half an acre, and it features 30 different play areas.  These include a dinosaur garden, a pizza garden, a Peter Rabbit garden, an ABC Kindergarten garden, a Teddy Bear and Animal garden, a Storybook garden, and an Alice in Wonderland Maze which leads to a secret garden.




  Some of the fun things kids can do are find lambs ear and feel the leaves, smell chocolate mint, dance on dance chimes, and cross over the Monet bridge.
 The garden is open Monday through Friday from dawn to dusk.  Admission is free, but parking is $3.00 for 1 1/2 hours or $5.00 for 3 hours.

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    1. Haha! Sure. Every day is adult day. :)

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  2. I want to visit and go through the maze. Fun!!!

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    1. Mazes are fun - if you don't get lost. ;)

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  3. Yes, is there an adult play day? I would have so much fun there.

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  4. Hey Sherry,

    That place would aMaze me.

    Gary

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  5. Hi Sherry - looks like a wonderful place to visit ... what fun - cheers Hilary

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  6. Hi Sherry. I could have loads of fun there. Come back and get me at dusk! They've even got the Monet water-lilies.
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