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TOTALLY A MUST DO!

A beautiful place for a stroll though you may have the notion to stop along the way to draw... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
debraannmary
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St. Petersburg, Florida
Beautiful place for a morning walk

Went there this morning. It is absolutely beautiful and worth the fee. Glad it is there for people... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Dacen K
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Spokane, Washington
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A beautiful place for a stroll though you may have the notion to stop along the way to draw, meditate or just sit and take in the awe. Lovely visit despite the hot and humid temperatures. Upon arrival we were greeted by a staff who was helpful, friendly and informative in a very caring way — not only of what to expect during our visit pointing out facts along the way though also offered the same concern for our personal well being due to the heat. Walking sticks are offered free of charge. Hats off to Mr. Herman Ohme for his vision; his hard work and for all who continue to work hard at keeping the gardens as beautiful and charming as they are. Definitely worth the time.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Went there this morning. It is absolutely beautiful and worth the fee. Glad it is there for people to enjoy.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is one of the prettiest setting I have been to in Washington so many beautiful things to experience. Just watch out for wh wedding area. I walked into some nuptuals accidentally!

Thank 222conceptusa
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Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

Wenatchee is in the desert and everything was very brown. But Ohme Gardens is a lush, green heaven in the Desert. We walked all the trails and it took 2 hours. It was really magical. A lovely cool spot on a hot day.

Thank Kathgip
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

We learned about Ohme Gardens in a roundabout kind of way, and being fans of gardening decided to visit. A charming spot considering the desert like surroundings of Wenatchee in July! What was most impressive was to know how much work and effort went into creating this garden on the side of the mountain. Would definitely recommend a visit to those that appreciate gardens.

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Reviewed September 16, 2018 via mobile

This place is absolutely breath taking, they do a wonderful job at keeping it up and have so many cool trails and look outs

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Sightseer689702, General Manager at Ohme Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2018

Thank you for your kind words! Ohme has been continuously cultivated and cared for since 1929. We hope to have you visit again!

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Reviewed September 12, 2018

This place was really neat. They were setting up for a wedding when we arrived so some of the areas were not available which made paying the entry fee a little harder for me but we did get our monies worth. It probably would have been more beautiful in spring with blooms, however seeing all the different varieties of seedum, little waterfalls and clear pools with Koi, was a good way to spend an afternoon. I would suggest it to couples and small families with older children as the paths are paver stones and there is a lot of steps up and down, narrow trails.

Thank Freedom R
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Sightseer689702, General Manager at Ohme Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2018

Please come back in the spring to see the spring bloom! The Gardens are so dynamic and always changing. When you return ask for the Garden Director so we can be sure to get you in the area you missed. 2019 will be our 90th Anniversary. We’re excited!

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Reviewed September 11, 2018 via mobile

What a darling little garden with lots of native plants! The garden is a beautiful oasis on top of a craggy mountain. The history of the place makes it even more darling! Many of the rocks were hauled there by the original creators of the garden. What a wonderful piece of history that has been preserved. I can’t believe I’ve lived in the area for 4 years and just now visited this garden.

Thank Aprilkat4
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Sightseer689702, General Manager at Ohme Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2018

We are so pleased that you came to visit. Please keep watch for our 2019 calendar of events on our website, we will be celebrating Ohme Gardens 90th Anniversary in 2019 and their will be many opportunities to come up and celebrate. We hope to see you there!

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Reviewed September 10, 2018

don't go if you find steps hard but go if you love gardens. See what they can do with a very steep sided valley. Mostof the green you see is not grass or trees but a range of ground cover which sets it all off. Views over industrial Wenatchee for the most part but lift you eyes to hills beyond and dream of what you will do for that dark steep bit at home

Thank TommyG100
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OhmeGardens, General Manager at Ohme Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded September 17, 2018

We love all the green too! I wanted to share a bit more history of our paths at Ohme. Our meandering stone paths were built by Herman and Ruth Ohme, stone by stone... inch by inch. Founded in 1929, 2019 will be our 90th Anniversary. A pretty incredible feat! Our mile long path of native sourced stones draws you through the garden at your own pace. Our walking poles are pretty fun and they steady your stride as you stroll along. Ohme has some trail that is gentle and flatter and other areas that are steeper. A little something for everyone!

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Reviewed September 10, 2018

It is a wonderful place too go. It is impressive and all the work they did in building it is incredible. Fantastic view of Wenatchee and the surrounding area. I would recommend it too all but I definetly like too let you know that if you have walking disabilities it can be difficult. They do give you walking poles that help for for those unsure on there feet it can be difficult due too some of the unevenness of some of the stone pathway. But you can get around with the walking poles, just take your time and you will do ok. Due take a lunch as they have a wonderful picnic area beside the parking lot.

Thank Gary W
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