Join me on our tour of Hershey Gardens. Hershey Gardens was created by Milton Hershey in 1937 for his wife. The gardens covers 23 acres and includes magnificent theme gardens.
The Rose Garden is a favorite. Enjoy the fragrances of 7,000 gorgeous roses, consisting of 275 varieties. That's the Hershey Hotel in the background.
The Seasonal Garden offers 100 varieties of 30,000 tulips.
This is the Perennial Garden.
In the Children's Garden is the Butterfly House, their most popular attraction! You can explore the wonders of butterflies as you observe and learn about their lifecycle from egg to adult butterfly. You walk amidst 300 North American butterflies, as they flutter amongst their host and nectar plants.
The Japanese Garden: The Rock Garden:The Hotel and Gardens overlook the town of Hershey, Pennsylvania and the Hershey Factories.
You can smell chocolate in the air.
OK, so it's not in the garden, but it's so much a part of the town, I had to include this picture. All of the street lamps are shaped like a Hershey Kiss. Some even have the little paper tag.