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My wife and I started our four hour tour of the gardens and mansion at their 9 AM opening. We completed our self garden tour in time for the eleven-thirty first house tour of the day. Our first garden stop was at the sensory garden...More
It's advertised as the equal of Longwood Gardens, but not even close. Although well maintained with an attractive greenhouse, the acreage is more suited to quiet walks. The Coe Mansion was dark and not worth the cost of the additional admission. When we visited in...More
We just visited and had an amazing time. We debated whether to do a guided tour of the house vs an audio tour and chose the guide. Hunter, our host, had a wealth of knowledge about the home, its history and stories of the many...More
My wife and I visited for our Anniversary and we had a wonderful time here. The place is very big and there are green houses and plants around every corner. The Mansion tour is incredible and the history of the family that lived there I...More
This was a very nice evening in the beautiful Coe Hall. the room where the performance was held, was a bit tight. perhaps you could say cozy or intimate. all singers were great. they served wine and cheese
Background: Have been here numerous times, it's about time I review it.
Price: I believe its around $8, maybe $10. Can't recall because we have the Empire Pass (which we use).
Things to See: I always start with the "alphabet garden" near the front road,...More
Relatively close to NYC in nearby Long Island this gem consists of hundreds of acres, once the private estate of Mr Coe, a tycoon in the style of the great Gatsby. Most of it is woods but enough of it is landscaped so that every...More
The term "planting fields " comes from
The Matinecock Indians who settled in
Oyster Bay,Long Island. Later William and Mai Cole, planted this area with Rare Species of tree and plant collections.
This place, which is 400 Acres, is considered a Botanical Miracle. I have...More