Join us for Historic Garden Week
The Ashland – Old Church tour on April 20, 2024 features a Revolutionary-era plantation and a 20th century home built in New England style. The homes on this tour date from 1720 to the 1900s. With ample parking and a slow, small-town atmosphere, The Henry Clay Inn is a perfect home base for exploring Historic Garden Week!
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For information on tour dates, tickets, and locations:
2024 Garden Tour Dates and Locations
SATURDAY APRIL 20, 2024
SUNDAY APRIL 21, 2024
- Gardens at Goshen, Gloucester
- Historic Berkeley, Shirley and Westover
MONDAY APRIL 22, 2024
What is Historic Garden Week?
Historic Garden Week in Virginia is an annual event that takes place in April and is organized by the Garden Club of Virginia. During this week-long event, visitors are given the opportunity to tour some of the most beautiful historic gardens in the state. Garden week is organized and hosted by 48 member clubs located from the foothills of the Shenandoah Valley all the way to the beaches of Tidewater.
In Hanover, Virginia, the 2024 Historic Garden Week will feature a number of private gardens, estates, and historic homes that will be open to the public for tours. Visitors will have the chance to admire the beauty of the gardens, learn about the history and architecture of the homes, and enjoy the natural beauty of the area. In addition, more than 1,000 world-class floral arrangements created by Garden Club of Virginia members will enhance tour properties.
This event is a great opportunity for garden enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone who loves architecture and design to experience the beauty of Hanover and the surrounding area. It is also a way for the community to come together and support the preservation and restoration of historic gardens and homes.
Convenient Location & Easy Parking
Traveling from Richmond, Virginia? The Henry Clay Inn is only 19 miles north of Richmond, straight up I-95, to the Ashland exit.
Traveling via Amtrak? The train station is directly across from our Inn. Hop right off the train and enjoy your new home away from home.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information, visit the website for Historic Garden Week.