Jasmine Hill Gardens and Museum is located in Montgomery, Alabama. It is known as "Alabama's Little Corner of Greece." There are over twenty acres of flowers and classical sculptures, including many of Olympic heroes and mythical gods. One fascinating feature is a full-scale replica of the Temple of Hera ruins as found in Olympia, Greece. The Museum on the grounds displays memorabilia of Olympic games of the past.
The gardens are open Friday and Saturday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Sunday from noon to 5:00 PM. From July through October, they're open on Saturdays only. Admission for adults is $10.00 and for children, it's $6.00.
Full scale? Impressive.ReplyDelete
It's a pretty cool feature!Delete
What a neat way to add a little something to the gardens.ReplyDelete
I need to keep this in mind on our next road trip east. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Hi Sherry - belated Happy New Year - sorry I hit the ground running each new year with organisational commitments - take my energies up. This sounds an interesting garden and museum to visit - cheers HilaryReplyDelete
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Alabama's Little Corner of Greece... I like the sound of that, Sherry. Greece... I went there way back in 1994. I remember it being so hot. 113 degrees at least.ReplyDelete
Hope you're doing fine.
Yes. Alabama is a hot place, especially in the summer.Delete