For over 100 years Reynolda Gardens has been a local wonder and natural retreat. The 129-acre gardens has become a center for recreation in the North Carolina Piedmont area. Steeped in history since being established in 1906, the property that now comprises Reynolda Gardens was once at the heart of the famous Reynolda Estate, owned by Richard Joshua Reynolds of the RJ Reynolds Company.
The gardens are open free of charge to the public during daylight hours year-round. Pathways in the formal gardens are grass, crushed stone, and slate. Nature trails are chipped bark or gravel. Parking is available in front of the greenhouses and restrooms are located at the east entrance to the formal gardens beside the greenhouse. Reynolda Gardens is also conveniently located next to Reynolda Village where you can shop and dine after a lovely stroll through the gardens.