Your senses will delight in the various styles and landscape designs of the 7 gardens on this year’s tour. The variety of spaces will fascinate and remind you of nature’s true beauty
Neighbors from the Oregon District and South Park will be opening their gardens to visitors Saturday, June 24, 2017, for Garden Tours. While each neighborhood is holding separate events, they’re so close to each other we’re sure you’ll want to take part in both!
Info for the Oregon District Event
The Oregon District is in full bloom and preparing for our annual garden tourGet to know Dayton’s oldest neighborhood by touring its gardens. The Oregon Historic Distict 2017 Garden Tour is a self guided tour of nine gardens that runs from 11 am to 3 pm on Saturday, June 24. It begins at the gazebo in Newcom Founders Park (between Green, Brown and Hess Streets). Admission is $10. A select group of neighbors will open their gardens as part of this fundraiser for the Oregon Historic District Society. This beautiful neighborhood dates back to 1829 and features fantastic homes and gardens. Proceeds from this tour will benefit the historic preservation of the non-profit Oregon Historic District Society.
Info for the South Park Event
The South Park Garden Tour starts at 10am and is scheduled to end at 3pm. Tickets will be available the day of the event at the
Gazebo on Park Dr., near Wayne Ave.
- See 8 beautiful gardens
- Tour 4 historic homes
- Collection of must-see gardens that can be enjoyed from the sidewalk.
- Enjoy the newly painted mural on Wayne Ave. and South Park public garden spaces.
- Link to more information
- Link to event map
Purchase your tickets today at 106 Park Dr or on the day of the event at the South Park Gazebo (Park Dr. near Wayne Ave.)
$10 General Public / $8 Historic South Park, Inc. Members For more information, contact [email protected] – Kriss Gang or Tim Leach
Tickets for the South Park event come with a 24-hour Link Dayton Bike Share pass so you can check out the Oregon District Garden Tour and the South Park event all from the comfort of a Link bike.