This local secret is great for a relaxing side trip. It is best to visit during the spring to enjoy all the flowers.
Such a nice spot to wander through, commune with nature, and enjoy the peacefulness. Even though nothing was in bloom, most of the plants, shrubbery, and trees were still green. It is self-guided and free of charge, although a donation box is provided during the tourist season. The Rhododendron plants are magnificent and probably a sight to behold in the... More
The Spohrs had no children so they gave the gardens to the city of Falmouth. It is very nice, on the water. Mr Spohr collected anchors from all over the world which are arranged on the beach near their house. Unfortunately our visit was in (apparently daffodils were Mr S's favorite). There are huge Rhodendron plants everywhere so I would... More
After reading so many reviews, i went to this place but i am not that much impressed since it is normal park&Lake. But it is perfect for relaxation since no one was there.
I visited in early July and enjoyed day lilies, Hosta and even some late blooming azelas in bloom along with others that I am not able to identihy, Loved the nautical artifacts anchors, a church bell. The view of pond was lovely. It was a hot day but the shade was welcome relief. Voluntary contribution. Apparently there is a daffodil... More
It was a beautiful sunny summer day when I visited Spohr Gardens with my bike. It is a great place to relax and simply enjoy the lake view and the beautiful garden! I took a lot of pictures :) Grateful for this place! A "must see" in Falmouth!
Beautiful gardens just up the hill from Surf Drive and the Shining Sea Bike Path. Relaxing to walk through the gardens and enjoy whats been artfully created by the many hours the volunteers have labored. On your way out, take a second to drop a few dollars in the box so that we can keep places like this around.
I think Spohr Gardens is a great place to visit. The anchors and Stones are a great addition to the beautiful flowers, water views and pathways. It's not huge but it's serene and an amazing place to relax and retreat for a bit. Take a large coffee, walk around, take in the scenes and possibly sit and visit in a... More
It's a little hard to find in Falmouth because it's tucked into a residential neighborhood, but it's a delightful walk through woods and to the water's edge. While particularly spectacular in the spring when hundreds of narcissus and daffodils are in bloom, it remains a charming, quiet place to commune with nature all year long.
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