Come to Cider hill Farm for our Blueberry and Flower Festival and get your seasonal fill of this wonderful superfood! There will be Blueberry Picking, Hayrides, Live Music, Cotton Candy Cart, Food for our farm food truck, The PitchFORK, and a Fresh Pressed Lemonade Cart where you can try our Blueberry Mint Lemonade, Strawberry Basil or keep it simple with a classic lemonade.
Step back into the 1920s during this season’s monthly Open Houses at The Stevens-Coolidge Place. Curious to see the full house? Join the Trustees for full house tours being offered every half hour from 10am to 2pm on a first come, first serve basis. The last house tour will begin around 1:30. The tours will bring you through the whole house and will lead you in the story of Helen and John Coolidge.
Enter a world of early 20th-century country elegance and contemporary garden design all in bloom at Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens. These expansive manicured gardens boast both plentiful European-inspired flower beds as designed in the 1920s, as well as newly installed gardens featuring current-day trends and varieties. Discover the intricate 300-year-old history of this Trustees property through a guided tour with a knowledgeable Trustees guide.
Come to Cider Hill Farm to create your own crowns with floral expert, Magnolia Blooms. Begin by cutting your own 6 stems in the garden. Take blooms to the nearby flower tent to create your own crown! Come anytime from 10 - 12. Demos will run every 15 min. Leave with your own custom crown and know-how to make crowns at home!
Come walk the laurel loop along the river to view this beautiful area of the park, and learn about the natural, cultural and historical content of this resource rich location. Join the Park Interpreter on the laurel loop along the river to this beautiful area of the park, to discover natural, cultural and historical content of this resource rich location. J.G. Whittier’s famous poem “The Laurels” will be highlighted. For ages 8 & up.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of more than 175,000 tulips and other bulbs, filling nine display gardens with the exuberant colors of spring. Look for tulips and bulb mixes with enticing names like: ‘Aladdins Carpet’, ‘Wildfyre’, ‘Fleurnace’, ‘Rainbow Coalition’, ‘Exotic Mystery’, ‘Queen of the Night’, ‘ Velvet Ondergrond’, ‘Miss Confection’, ‘Vital Signs’, ‘Lipsticks’ and ‘Zephyr.’
Over 100,000 tulips are scheduled to bloom at Cider Hill Farm at the end of April through the beginning of May at cider Hill Farm and we you to come pick your own! Pre-sale tickets for cut-your-own tulips are made available as conditions allow so visit the page for the most updated information. All tickets will go live approx. 48 hours in advance. Expect tickets to become available mid-April through early May. Picking will be 7 days a week (weather depending). Early ticket sales are not available.
From garden to vase, learn the skills to assemble a stunning garden centerpiece with spring blooms that illustrates the abundance of the springtime growing season for your home.
Get outside with your family this Mother’s Day and celebrate Mom with a picnic at The Stevens-Coolidge Place surrounded by the peak of lilac season. Enjoy live music by Julianne and Barry Johnston of the Brookline Music School. Explore the garden with your little ones. Play croquet, bocce, ring toss, and other lawn games that will be set up throughout the garden. Take a family photo among the beautiful gardens.
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