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Linton's Enchanted Gardens is Indiana's largest facility, boasting over 50,000 square feet of indoor shopping filled with creative displays which will spark your imagination, as well as over 9 acres of outdoor displays. The Garden Cafe at Linton's...more
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This is the most awesome spot to visit. Their customer service is the best ever. The art work is truly amazing and mind blowing! Their gift selection is outstanding and something for everyone. The staff is very friendly and helpful. This is a must see...More
I went to Linton's looking for a small stocking stuffer type Christmas gift for my wife. They had a nice selection of earrings and some real nice cards. They also have a huge selection of Christmas ornaments and in the summer things for the children.
Me and my 2 year old son went to visit Santa and miss claus! It was actually wonderful! All the Christmas trees, ordiments, and decor were great. Santa and miss claus were awesome. We will be back next year for sure
Was not impressed with the people when I asked for some help about plants they just pointed to an area and said go look. I was new to the area so I needed some help, but no one could take the time so we left....More
Hubby & I stopped in to see what Linton's is all about. The quilt garden is gorgeous, there are several somethings for everyone inside, & the grounds with all the displays a lovely & fun. The only sour nite was that the gentleman working in...More
This was my second visit---I live about two hours away--- and I returned with three friends who were in awe of this place. The amazement began at the entrance where we took photos in front of the Quilt Garden, a part of the Elkhart Heritage...More