Mount Sharon Gardens Open Mother’s Day
A rare opportunity to Visit the Mount Sharon Gardens, ten acres of exquisite gardens overlooking 60-mile views of Piedmont Virginia. The garden, regarded as one of the most beautiful private landscapes on the East Coast, features ten integrated spaces, each with its own botanical theme and tastefully accented by pavilions, fountains, pergolas and statuary, creating a private work of art of national significance. A lovely Mother's Day tour for the benefit of Preservation Virginia and the Boys & Girls Club of Orange.
Mount Sharon is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Seilheimer, Jr. in Orange, Virginia.
Gardens open 10 am to 5 pm rain or shine. Please remember to wear comfortable walking shoes suitable for grass and uneven terrain. Rest facilities will be available. No pets allowed and not handicapped accessible.
Directions to Mount Sharon:
Mount Sharon is located at the highest point of Route 600 (Mount Sharon Road) in Orange County.
From Richmond: travel west on Route 64 to Route 15 North to the town of the Orange. Proceed north on RT 20 approximately 5 miles to where it intersects left with Route 600 (Mount Sharon Road).
From Charlottesville: travel east on Route 64 to Route 15 North to the town of Orange. Proceed north on RT20 approximately 5 miles to where it intersects left with Route 600 (Mount Sharon Road).
From Culpeper: travel south on Route 15 through the town of Orange to Route 20 North. Proceed north on Route 20 approximately 5 miles to where it intersects left with Route 600 (Mount Sharon Road).
From Route 3: travel approximately 17 miles south on Route 20 to where it intersects right with Route 600 (Mount Sharon Road)
$30 at the gate, Children 16 and under are free
Location19184 Mount Sharon Road, Orange, Virginia.
Alexis Feria, Executive Assistant, Preservation Virginia, 804-648-1889, ext. 300 email@example.com