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Welcome to Smith-Gilbert Gardens!

Welcome to one of North Georgia’s hidden gems, Smith-Gilbert Gardens.  As an established collectors garden, we have over 3,000 species of plants, many unique to American gardens. Having grown through the years, the Gardens stand out as an exceptional blend of art, history and horticulture, all creating a tranquil respite of reflection and enjoyment.

We hope that you will enjoy your visit to our website, but most importantly, we invite you to experience firsthand the beauty and fascination of Smith-Gilbert Gardens.

PLEASE NOTE: The Gardens are closed on Mondays so that we can accommodate our various group volunteer activities.  Our operating days are Tuesdays through Saturdays 9 am to 4 pm. Click here to find out about our Upcoming Events 2015

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Spring Scenes of April in the Garden!
Spring Scenes of April in the Garden!

The Hiram Butler House

In 1880, Hiram Anderson Butler built the home that is the centerpiece of Smith-Gilbert Gardens, just outside of what was then called Big Shanty, now Kennesaw. The house is located on what was originally Cherokee land that was disbursed as Land Lot 178 through the 1832 Land Lottery.

Learn more about this historic house »