The formal gardens on the Governor's Palace grounds are part of the 90-acres of greens and gardens enjoyed at Colonial Williamsburg. Garden designs throughout Colonial Williamsburg range from classic formal to utilitarian.
Gardens played an important role in 18th-century Williamsburg. However, when the restoration of Williamsburg began, there was little documentation or physical evidence of the original gardens. A great amount of research was necessary to re-create the delightful gardens and greens that visitors are able to enjoy today.
Photo captured on May 4, 2010.
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