Have to see in May or in the summer when all the roses and flowers are blooming. We love taking pictures here.
the mansion offers a self guided tour; the conservatory behind the mansion offers a gorgeous display of plants; unfortunately the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens are closed in January/February
Beautiful gardens and rosarians dreams. Well manicured and almost fairy tale. Its a great afternoon to walk around there and then have a picnic in woodward.
In fact you can barely see the place from the parking lot and it looks like this tiny piece of property. Lolls ca be deceiving. The garden path meanders through flowering and veggie gardens with small fountains and running water with a small koi pond. Amazing how much they have packed in a relatively all space. Definitely worth a visit.... More
We just returned from a high school reunion. Dinner was delicious. Grounds are beautiful, as is the interior. Accommodating staff. Way to go, Tulsa. Beautiful mansion!
This place was beautiful. The architecture was amazing and in amazing shape for it's age. The grounds were immaculate and colorful. The food and service were exactly what you would expect in this gem.
The gardens looked like they would have been nice, if it hadn't been so hot. Most of the roses looked dead. It didn't seem to be wheelchair friendly, either, but then again, I wasn't looking too closely for that. I just know there were a lot of stairs, and it was rough on my knees. Probably would have been worth... More
This is yet another pet-friendly place in Tulsa. You can't take the dogs into the buildings, but if you are content to walk the grounds and admire the scenery, it's a great place to visit. I don't know much about flowers, so please forgive my ignorance. Maybe it was too hot, but many of the flowers didn't appear to be... More
This place was amazing and gorgeous.Beautiful flowers and sights that you can see for free.Parking is free and it is in the most beautiful part of Tulsa.I go there every time I visit Tulsa
I stumbled upon this place by accident. Talk about a pleasant surprise!! The Tulsa Gardening Club has done a fantastic job of planting and maintaining a wide array of plant and catci species that thrive in this climate. The colors were fantastic! Bring a camera! There is a beautiful park right here that is dog-friendly. If you are looking for... More
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