These woodland gardens display some of the most spectacular arrays of wildflowers in the mid-Atlantic region. 500 acres of natural lands surround the gardens and managed landscapes of Mt. Cuba Center, consisting of steeply rolling hills, stream valleys, rock outcrops, and deciduous forests.
The Center encompasses a diverse set of grounds, ranging from a Lilac Alleé, Formal Garden, and South Terrace to more natural gardens including the Dogwood Path, Meadow, Pond Garden, West Slope Path, Woods Path and Rock Wall.
Mt. Cuba is open to the public from April through November for general admission, guided tours and special programs.