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     The Secret Gardens of New London garden tour will be on Thursday, June 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., rain or shine, and will feature six private gardens. 

How do I buy tickets to this event?

     Starting May 1st, you may buy tickets by cash or check in person at the Morgan Hill Bookstore in New London, or mail a stamped, self-addressed envelope to NLGC, PO Box 1772, New London NH 03257 along with a check for $25 for each person and a note with your email address and phone number.

Please click the button below for an order form to print at home. Or, you can provide the following information on a note with your check: your name, phone, email address, number of tickets, and total amount enclosed ($25 per person).

 

 

 

We recommend mailing your check by June 5th. We will then mail you your ticket(s).

 

You must bring your ticket(s) to the event.

 

If there are any tickets left, we will sell them the day of the event at the NLGC tent on the Town Green, cash or check preferred.

How do I find these secret gardens?

     On the day of the event, ticket holders must go to the NLGC tent on the Town Green in New London. We will exchange your ticket for a bracelet that gives you access and a map to all six gardens. You will also receive a color brochure with descriptions of each garden and a useful directory of local gardening resources.

How can I best enjoy the tour of the gardens?

     This is a self-guided tour. You may visit the gardens in any order. There will be parking on street only. If you are attending with friends, we ask that you carpool. The tour is of the gardens only -- please do not enter the homes or other buildings on the properties. This tour is not appropriate for those with limited mobility. As a courtesy to the garden owners, pets are not allowed. Feel free to take pictures of these beautiful spaces. They will doubtless inspire you.

The New London Garden Club is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. 

     Your donation helps fund scholarships for NH college-bound students, supports 14 pocket gardens in New London, decking the town's bandstand and public places with wreaths and swags during the holidays, hosting monthly educational programs that are open to the public, and other NLGC special projects and events.

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