Smith College Botanic Garden, Northampton

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  • A few early bulbs were up and even blooming outside, but the warmth and humidity and tropical plants in the green houses were wonderful to explore.  more »
  • On campus resource and great view of lake. Lucky the students that can enjoy this resource all year round in the cold NE winters. Love plants so biased but interesting enough and well laid out that yo...  more »
  • Had a great time exploring the botanical gardens yesterday. We were craving some warmth and beauty after this nasty month of March weather in CT. This is a great spot and the surrounding areas also wa...  more »
  • Great place to visit, they don't charge admission, but donations help keep them going. I'm very surprised that they have such good hours 7 days a week. They also have events to look out for, both of your interested or if you want to avoid a crowd.
  • When I visited this garden I knew I was at home and at peace. It smells lovely and the plants are well taken care of and each room is like a different biome for these plants. I can imagine coming here throughout all seasons of the year to take in the beautiful sights and smells that these plants emit.
  • This is a place where one can be restored and feel a sense of wonder. Beautiful scents and sights, light and water. A lovely place to visit.
  • Great place to visit on a cold winter day.
  • The greenhouses contain a very impressive collection of specimens from around the world--definitely worth the trip. The gallery is also interesting, although not worth the trip by itself. The outdoor space is also nice with some beautiful vistas, but again, not worth the trip by itself. Admission is free!