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Often spoken of as "the crown jewel of Duke University," Duke Gardens occupies 55 acres in the heart of west campus. Renowned both for landscape design and the quality of horticulture, Duke Gardens attracts more than 300,000 visitors from all over the world each year.
1st Big Weekend - Sept 1 - Come see "Happy Feet" 7:30-9:30.
Experience the beautiful 55-acre Sarah P. Duke Gardens.
You don't have to pay for parking after 5 pm
Look for the Japanese house
Look for the ducklings in the big pond!
Complete a Graduation Requirement
Love the gift shop!
parking is $1 for 30 min, 4hr max $8
Too many trees. Kind of lame.
Head down to the koi pond
Duke Reunions 2012 - Visit the Duke Gardens to remember sunny days spent on the lawn with friends.
Great place for an inexpensive date, year round!
Bring a blanket and food for a nice picnic on the big lawn. Also bring balls for the kids!
Watch the sunset at the park, amazing!
In case you've forgotten... this is one of the graduation requirements.
Great place for a lunch date!
Park in the bottom lot to the far right. Take the shortcut to the large pond
Take prom photos here! Or wedding portraits, if you're a little older.
So many locations for family photos!
Get food for the waterfowl at the garden store! It's cheap
Parking is Free on weekends until 1pm.
Go on a warm day and lay on the quad to catch some rays. Bring a book and a blanket--or your dogs.
Go look at the giant lilly pads on the pond. they are stunning!
Great photography anytime of the year.
Hang out by the terrace or have a picnic by the pons