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Reasonably priced, stroll through "Japanese gardens". Only open We'd-Sat Noon until 4pm Make sure to see the "sit or not sit" . sculptures. We were lucky to see the lily pond blooming. Otherwise mostly green area and trees. There was a small interesting art exhibit...More
For a peaceful, serene afternoon at an affordable price the Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem NY is well worth checking out. Beautiful outing for friends or couples. Children under 12 might not not be as impressed. Plan your trip accordingly as...More
Adults $5 and children 12 and under are free. The current art exhibit was nice, but not many pieces so it wouldn't take long to view all. The walking Garden is beautiful. Many benches along the way to sit and relax as long as you...More
We were looking for a relaxing spot to meander through one day in the rain and these gardens intrigued us. It matched our expectations -- the gardens were a manageable size, with a life-size zen meditative garden, a bamboo grove, maple and ginkgo trees among...More
I met a friend at the Hammond Museum to view the "Of Pirates, Mermaids and True Loe:100 Years of Tattoo Art". It was really interesting to see the tattoos before color. They were mostly black and red and then green was used. If you have...More
A truly exquisite garden that is comprised of several different types of Japanese garden. The flowers are beautiful the Spring and early summer but the garden is a delight at any time of year. The art exhibits can also be exquisite.
the museum is very small. the grounds were kinda run down. the map they give didn't match up with path to walk on. this is nice place to just sit and look at trees. thought there be more Japanese things in the grounds but there...More
My wife and I came to see the garden, which is lovely and full of yellow irises in bloom in late May. Although we didn't plan to, we spent quite a bit of time in the museum as well, enjoying an exhibit of Chinese calligraphy,...More