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Airlie Gardens

Categories: Attractions, Lifestyle, Parks
300 Airlie Road, Wilmington, NC 28403
Hours: Monday-Sunday, 9am-5pm. Please note that ticket sales end at 4:30 each day of regular garden operations.
(910) 798-7700
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After celebrating more than a century of gardens by the sea, Airlie continues to amaze visitors with its breathtaking combination of formal gardens, wildlife, historic structures, walking trails, sculptures, views of Bradley Creek, 10-acres of freshwater lakes, and the grandeur of the 468-year-old Airlie Oak. The Gardens are known for a collection of over 100,000 azaleas and countless camellia cultivars, which bloom throughout the winter and early spring. Displays around the Airlie Oak, Pergola Garden, and other areas bloom with continuous color year-round, as the displays are changed seasonally.

We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. 

Adults $9, New Hanover County Residents and Military $5 (proof of ID needed for these rates) Children $3 (4-12 years). Please note that all admission prices include tax.

The Gardens are open 7 days a week during Regular Season Hours (Mid-March through December).

Regular Season Hours are in effect:

Monday-Sunday, 9am-5pm. Please note that ticket sales end at 4:30 each day of regular garden operations.

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Marie C. Apr 2, 2017
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Nice garden, but not fantastic. It lacks educational information which would be nice. Even asked someone at entrance if they could answer questions about... (more)
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Natessa A. Mar 11, 2017
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Beautiful! We had such a lovely afternoon exploring Airlie Gardens, it was magical. I also loved learning about the artist Minnie Evans and the history of... (more)
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Lan S. Feb 28, 2017
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I think it's fair to say that Airlie Gardens doesn't rank among North America's, or even the South's, top gardens, in part because it likely doesn't have... (more)

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