Visit Cheekwood Throughout The Month Of January For Fifty Cents, The 1960 Admission Price


Imperial Caucasus Egg, 1893, Imperial Napoleonic Egg, 1912, Imperial Danish Palaces Egg, 1890
On loan from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation
Photo Courtesy Cheekwood Botanical Garden And Museum Of Art

On May 30, 1960 the Cheekwood Botanical Garden And Museum Of Art first opened it’s doors to the public. To mark their 50th anniversary Cheekwood is offering visitors admission for the original price of fifty cents throughout the month of January.

Exhibits currently on display include “William Edmondson: The Hand and the Spirit,” and “The Matilda Geddings Gray Collection of FabergĂ©.” The winter garden tour features, evergreens, flowering apricots in the Japanese Garden, pansies, violas, and the red and yellow foliage of twig dogwoods. During this special month guests will have many choices for exploring all of the wonderful offerings at Cheekwood including the popular art class “Tuesday For Tots.”

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