The John S. Phipps estate was built between 1904 and 1906. It includes a 66 room, Charles II-style mansion and 200 acres. Old Westbury Gardens opened in the spring of 1959.
Wildflowers, Cherry Trees,Wisteria, Lilacs, Tulips, Forget-Me-Nots, Rhododendron, Primrose, Dahlias, Iris, Dogwood, English Roses, Delphinium, Hollyhocks,Water Lillies
Wonderful Garden to visit for a most pleasant stroll. V. Kish seems to be quite an accomplished photographer as he captures the beauty of the Gardens with his delicate eye for detail.
Very nice garden with beautiful mansion where you can have a guided tour or explore it by yourselves. Probably, the better time to visit is in June-July when roses are blooming. We were there in August so no roses, but the rest of the garden was full of other wonderful flowers and we enjoyed it very much.
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