Thomas Jefferson -- one of Virginia's first green thumbs -- said, "No occupation is so delightful to me as the culture of the earth, and no culture comparable to that of the garden." With today's deal from the Garden Club of Virginia, you can marvel at his handiwork, along with the prolific planting skills of many others around the Commonwealth: Pay $87 and pluck a statewide pass to Historic Garden Week (regularly $175), running from April 21 to 28. This pass to the popular annual event includes 31 house and garden tours and gives you visits to more than 250 stops around the state that showcase some of Virginia's grandest private and public homes and grounds, including Poplar Forest, Jefferson's retreat in Forest. Proceeds from "America's Largest Open House" fund the restoration and preservation of Virginia's historic gardens -- a benefit that would surely make Mr. Jefferson proud.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON July 2, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 29, 2012
Garden Club of Virginia
Statewide Pass to Historic Garden Week
- from $87