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Chanticleer, Wayne

4.9
#23 of 423 in Parks in Pennsylvania
Garden · Nature / Park
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Chanticleer reviews

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4.9
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  • Chanticleer is a lovely place to visit! The admission is reasonably priced and there are so many interesting things to see there. The gardens are relatively small and easy to navigate in an hour or... 
    Chanticleer is a lovely place to visit! The admission is reasonably priced and there are so many interesting things to see there. The gardens are relatively small and easy to navigate in an hour or...  more »
  • This is a magical place with astoundingly creative and beautiful gardens and structures: one of the most stunning pleasure gardens I have ever visited! 
    This is a magical place with astoundingly creative and beautiful gardens and structures: one of the most stunning pleasure gardens I have ever visited!  more »
  • Not only beautiful and unusual, but also fun! Grounds managers have a sense of humor that can be found in hardscape and planting displays. A treat for both the knowledgeable and casual garden-lover... 
    Not only beautiful and unusual, but also fun! Grounds managers have a sense of humor that can be found in hardscape and planting displays. A treat for both the knowledgeable and casual garden-lover...  more »
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  • What a great, hidden gem! We had a wonderful time exploring these beautiful, peaceful gardens. Highly recommend going on the days they offer house tours. Our guide Susan was very informative and amusing. I’d give her 6 stars if I could. Besides providing information about the house and family, she also gave us an overview and insight into how the different gardens are managed. Looking forward to going back in springtime to see even more flowers in bloom.
  • Absolutely stunning!!! There are close to 50 acres of gardens to enjoy. The entire place was incredible from start to finish. We spent approximately 4 hours here, and could have stayed longer. There is so much to see and it is a dream location for taking photos. We even brought a picnic lunch and ate in the green house which has tables and is open for visitors to use for dining in the warm months. (*You have to bring your own food as they do not sell any.) Entrance fee is $12.00 and parking is free but you need to make a reservation. This place is a must for garden enthusiasts!
  • Absolutely breathtaking. My boyfriend took me here and we walked around for what seemed like forever. Beautiful spots for a photography session if desired. Absolutely wonderful staff. So relaxing and peaceful, especially down through the woods and across the stream. I can't stop saying how gorgeous it was, all the pictures we took came out amazing too. Would love to come back for a picnic, highly recommend!
  • Decided to take the long way home from Philadelphia and stopped by this amazing garden in Wayne, PA. It was recommended by a friend and I’m so glad I took her advice. Parking is free must you must reserve a spot before arriving. You can pay for your entry ($12 for an individual) either on line or in person. The weather was perfect and the garden, immaculate. Great pride and thought was given to how the grounds should look. There were many places to sit in both the sun or the shade and water fountains were plenty (I had forgotten water). The area Chanticleer is in is stunning, even the ride was pleasant. If you are near this garden, go!
  • I feel like I've been inserted into a fairy tale! Chanticleer is such a breathtakingly beautiful place for passive, low stress entertainment. There is ample space to spread out from others and enjoy nature and some of the most lovely scenery on the east coast. Parking is limited so you must reserve a parking spot or you will not be able to enter. Parking is free and first-come-first-served after 3:30 pm. The gardens close at 5pm. The grounds slope downward so to see everything, one must walk down the hill and then back up. This could be difficult for someone with mobility constraints so plan accordingly. There are many shaded areas so it isn't too bad on a hot summer day but better to plan for a temperate day so you get the most out of your experience. Don't forget to charge your phone! There are infinite opportunities to take stunning photos.

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