Wickham Park is a non-profit, private foundation whose property extends into both Manchester and East Hartford, Connecticut.
The park contains 250 acres of gardens, open fields, woodlands, ponds, picnic areas, sports facilities, and other attractions.
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NEXT SCHEDULED EVENT
OPENING DAY - 2014
Saturday, April 5th
Wickham Park welcomes visitors
back to enjoy the opening of 2014.
Early spring is a great time to see the Park's
gardens in all their splendor.
Wickham Park, a non-profit foundation, was selected by our local Macy's store for the Love Your Park Program! Between March 7 and March 31, Macy's will match donations, dollar-for-dollar, up to $250,000 to benefit local parks at participating stores nationwide. What a great way to show some love to Wickham Park!
Find out more at: macys.com/parks .
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In our 25 acres of themed gardens you will encounter a variety of plant materials, design styles, structures and statuary.
Choose from gardens that feature ponds, fountains, unique gazebos, and our famous Moon Bridge.
This seven page special publication appeared in the Journal Inquirer on Thursday September 15th 2011 and is a celebration of the exquisite gardens, history, benefactors, volunteers
and donators that make Wickham Park such a distinguished and cherished place. Included is a message from Wickham Park's Director, Jeff Maron.
Gardens inspired by England, Italy, and the Orient are among the eight ornamental enclaves amid these 250 green acres. The playground and nature center attract youngsters, while the picnic tables and grills offer the perfect pit stops for any age. Plus aviary, bird sanctuary, tennis and volleyball courts, software diamonds, hiking and biking trails, and 18-hole disc-golf course.
Sensory Garden Model Railroad Open on Weekends
The Sensory Garden Model Railroad is now operating on weekends! For more information or to inquire about volunteer opportunities, contact Chuck Oakes, Designer, Engineer, and Volunteer Coordinator at 860-644-1128.