Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden, Greensboro
(4.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
The Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden is a historical garden and visitor center located in Greensboro, North Carolina. It was created in 1976 to recognize and honor the 200th anniversary of the United States (its bicentennial). The garden features a man-made circulating stream, a wedding gazebo, and a variety of artistic and historical sculptures. Throughout, many different plants and shrubs decorate the landscape including annuals, perennials, flowering trees, and canopy trees. Greensboro Beautiful is a non-profit organization that raises funds for the garden, while the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department oversees the events offered.EventsThe gazebo on garden grounds is a popular site for weddings and other events. Located in the center of the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden, the gazebo can accommodate up to 100 people.On August 17, 2010, roughly $8,000 dollars worth of copper roofing was stolen from the gazebo and kiosk. The theft was discovered the following morning at 7:30 by garden staff.
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  • I went there many times. All through the yr. Lots of people get their wedding pictures taken there. Beautiful sculpture statues, life size. Different kinds of flowers during different times of yr. Wal...  more »
  • This park and garden is a beautiful addition to the city of Greensboro - we are lucky to have the trails, flowers and sculpture for those stressful days when we need to get away. 
  • Always a good peaceful time taking a walk through the Bicentennial Garden. Also very nice to extend the walk to the adjacent bog area. 
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  • Nice little garden with walking trails in the middle of town. Not much parking. No bikes allowed.
  • Nice place to have a walk... middle of the city so no need to drive too far. but, personally I think there are better trails in Greensboro which make you feels better... but for a simple walk without spending much energy this one of the good options around here. Also try, below trails for better running/walking * Big Loop in Bur Mill Park * Owl Roost trail * Wild Turky trail * copperhead trail
  • Great park with excellent walking path and a small creek that sounds amazing after a fresh rain. Also there are a handful of pokestops to keep you busy for hours!
  • Beautiful well kept gardens. Great to go with the kids and dog. Watch out for Pokemon hunters!
  • Immaculate, beautiful gardens. Accessible and perfect to stop in for a picnic, walk, or just a breath of fresh air. Plus lots of pokestops...