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My mom had learned about this on a public broadcasting station so we stopped for a quick visit. It is beautiful and such a nice serene place to rest. There was a family of three generations having a picnic. Don't miss visiting in you are...More
Guido gardens is beautiful and lovingly laid out. Every time I go to Guido, I am encouraged and renewed. I love the glass chapel. It helps me slow down and remember what is important. Have a seat beside the water and drink in the peace....More
I try to stop here on a yearly basis in the month of December just to get the true meaning of Christmas. Its not all about Santa Claus, store wide sales and what have you. Its a truly moving experience to be enjoyed and treasured...More
Just a beautiful peaceful walk around the winding paths. Bible quote here and there. The chapel is a wonderful place to think. It must be beautiful when all the plants are in bloom. Such a relaxing stop.
You have got to come during Christmas time. The lights are wonderful and meaningful. Make this part of your Christmas traditions. It is also a very beautiful place to have weddings or just to enjoy natural beauty.
Although the lights at Christmas are the highlight of the year, the gardens are a peaceful place to visit and worth a stop anytime. Spring would be exceptionally pretty. Fall would be an additional time that is cooler. Metter during summer is hot and has...More
Guido Gardens, Home Of The Sower, is a peaceful, tranquil place filled with plants, waterfalls, bridges, biblical verses on benches and various places, as well as a small church, Empty Tomb, and Carpenter Shop. It is handicapped accessible and has a public bathroom just to...More
Glad I searched Tripadvisor for towns on I-16 with something worth stoping for. I-16 from Savannah to Macon isn't too exciting. Happened to read about Guido Gardens and thought it'd be a good stop for our "roadside" picnic on our road trip. Beautiful and well...More