Elizabeth Park, Hartford
About Elizabeth Park, Hartford
Elizabeth Park, Hartford - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1561 Asylum Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117, USA
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The 102 acre Elizabeth Park was opened in 1897 and was called Prospect Hill back when it was inaugurated. Today the park is one of the most beautiful spots in Hartford with its quaint pathways, green lawns, gardens, Lord and Burnham greenhouses, picnic grove and even a wonderful pond. Apart from these attractions the rose garden is also a very important spot with its more than 15000 bushes of 800 rose varieties. The Rose garden is now one of the biggest attractions of the park and attracts thousands of tourists each year.
Elizabeth Park Information
- No fires or barbecues allowed in park.
- Park is wheelchair accessible.
Elizabeth Park Ticket Prices
- Free entry, but donations are appreciated.
Elizabeth Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Elizabeth Park is open from sunrise to sunset every day.
How To reach Elizabeth Park by Public Transport
- By Bus: Bus 72 stops at Asylum Ave and Elizabeth Park bus station.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
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It was a very lovely place, even though I came here in fall season, the landscape and scenery was gorgeous. It inspired relaxation, lovely place of gather around with close friends and family. I would totally recommend this park for people who isn't from around here like I am! Loved it! Can't wait to visit it on Spring/Summer season.
It is a wonderful place to spend your evenings. You will get drawn into the gardens with a huge variety and creative flower patterns and the pond. I feel it is very addictive in a good sort of a way.
Roses were still in bloom and fragrant Thursday. Sun was strong mid-day.Great for walking.
What a tranquil place to visit! From eating lunch on a blanket walking the trail to just tossing a ball with friends.the atmosphere is so inviting and it's pet friendly!! Let's not forget the ice cream parlor and parking is free and abundant.
This park is beautiful. There are gardens, fields, koi pobd, an amazing view of the Hartford skyline and the oldest rose garden in the US. You will often see weddings here when the weather is nice. Great for a picnic and there is also a restaurant.
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