More than 200 private sites and gardens will become accessible to the public!
On 10 and 11 June, residents and tourists in the Czech Republic will be allowed to visit and explore gardens that are otherwise inaccessible throughout the year.
On this occasion, the public can get acquainted with the different approaches to maintenance of gardens and get a new insight into its function and importance in life.
It must be noted that, despite the name of the event, various buildings and establishments will take part. In other words, the two-day experience will allow visitors to access numerous private sites including castles, squares, historic cemeteries, monasteries, arboretums, botanical gardens, and flower farms.
Over 200 establishments are taking part this year
The Open Gardens Weekend event first took place in 2010 when only 3 gardens became accessible to the public. People’s interest rapidly grew with time, and the two-day experience proved to be a success.
Now, more than 200 gardens from all over the country have announced that they will take part in this year’s Open Gardens Weekend.
What can you experience at the event?
According to the event’s website, the aim is to increase people’s awareness of and interest in garden architecture and public spaces.
Traditionally, the Strakova Academy Garden, Troja Castle, Monastery Garden of the Benedictine Abbey or Palace Gardens under Prague Castle will be open to public.
A number of parks and gardens are organizing rich accompanying programs including guided tours, children’s activities, concerts, etc.
The list of participating gardens is available here.
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