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Olaf H wrote a review Mar 2019
Port Charlotte, Florida136 contributions46 helpful votes
OK so I wasn't in Rome but sationed for a fe months with a Federal Agency in New Albany, Indiana and came across an advertisement for Hidden Hill. It's (to use an old phrase) a hoot with some very interesting sculptures and "diaoramas" and trees and bushes, including a nursery, set in a well maintained couple of acres. I spent over half a day there and came away with some excellent photos. An interesting place to say the least and worth a detour from some of the other touristy things in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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jgbtravels wrote a review Sep 2018
Louisville, Kentucky1,958 contributions343 helpful votes
We love this place, however, the owner is closing it down after 19 years. This is the last weekend that they will be open. Unfortunately, they cannot compete with the Home Depot or Lowe’s. It’s a pity since they have a lovely sculpture garden and great personality. You will not get this at any of the chains out there. These folks know their plants as opposed to the poor low wage workers working at Lowe’s or HD. We shall miss Bob Hill and his great staff and beautiful sculpture gardens.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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812RW wrote a review Jun 2018
Madison, United States16 contributions4 helpful votes
Hidden Hill has mowed grass trails and along the trails there are various concrete, stone, steel, etc items. Very unique and different. Great to wander around checking out the different creations. It is free to wander the grounds at your own pace. There is also a plant nursery where you can purchase native and some rare plants. The prices for the plants are comparably high, but the plants appear to be much healthier than typically found elsewhere. Plan to wander about 2 hours at a relaxing, non-rushed pace. Great to visit on dry, cool to warm, sunny or overcast days. Hot, cold or rainy days would not be good.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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jeffsorrels wrote a review Jul 2017
Taylorsville, Kentucky79 contributions9 helpful votes
Great place for the gardener and art person. They had music and barbecue and walking paths with sculptures . Butterfly release.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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jgbtravels wrote a review May 2017
Louisville, Kentucky1,958 contributions343 helpful votes
OK, I didn't see that they are only open Friday through Sunday on their website.The parking lot was closed but I still was able to park by the side of the road and venture part of the way through the garden and sculpture area to take a few shots. It's a bit out of the way in Utica, Indiana, and whatever you do please don't go by your GPS. Their website stresses to ignore the GPS and follow their directions. Works for me. Once there it is a lovely place. I will have to make a point to go on the weekend.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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