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The Historic Lebanon Garden Tour presents five private gardens and those of the Glendower Mansion, The Lebanon Train Station and the brand new public garden, Cedar City Park. This year’s tour features a walk in the historic neighborhood of Floraville. Just minutes away from downtown Lebanon, tour visitors will be able to stroll through gardens surrounding century old stately homes. View raised vegetable gardens, perennial lined entryways, stone patio and pergola entertainment areas, vine and clematis covered trellis, bottle brush buckeye and hydrangea bushes, and grand porches shaded by towering trees. Gardeners are available for sharing tips. Rain or Shine on June 22 & 23. Tickets and maps are $15.00 the days of the tour at the Train Station at 198 S. Broadway, Lebanon, OH 45036. Children 12 and under are free. Presale online tickets at www.harmonmuseumohio.org under events for $10.00 and at local garden centers and downtown businesses. This 29th Annual tour is sponsored by the Lebanon Council of Garden Clubs, Inc. Money raised benefits the upkeep of the Station buildings and gardens. Call 513-932-3430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Find us on Facebook: Lebanon Garden Tour 2019 or www.ohioslargestplayground.com .
11:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday and Sunday
Lebanon Train Station
198 S. Broadway Lebanon, OH 45036