Welcome to Distant Hill Gardens ...

An Environmental and Horticultural Learning Center

"Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life."  Rachel Carson

Distant Hill Gardens comprises fifty-eight acres of fertile high country land in the hills five miles east of downtown Walpole, New Hampshire.

An environmental and horticultural learning center dedicated to inspiring and empowering children and adults to cultivate an intimate connection 

to the natural world through education and observation.

 

We hope visitors to Distant Hill will leave with a better understanding of the vital connections between plants, animals, and humans, and how we can use Earth's resources in a way that strengthens and sustains that connection and leaves the environment a healthier and richer place.

In 2016 Distant Hill Gardens will be

open to the public

the first Saturday and Sunday of the month

          May to October from 10 am to 4 pm

 

In addition we will be hosting a number of

Special Workshops on other days 

throughout the year.

We are also open by appointment for Private Tours for groups of any size.

THE HIGHLIGHTS OF DISTANT HILL GARDENS

The cultivated gardens, all of the stonework including the stone circle, the many buildings, and the substantial trail system were designed, built and are maintained by Michael and Kathy (Kate) Nerrie. In addition, many of the whimsical metal sculptures found throughout the gardens were created by Michael.

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to Contact Us.