Located on our campus at 103 East Main Street, Clinton. 

The gardens are open to the public during daylight hours. Filled with perennials, shrubs, herbs, and trees, the gardens are at their peak from June through September. Of particular note is the witch hazel, located in the southeast corner of the garden, which has historical significance not only because of its frequent use by early settlers for medicinal purposes but also because of its use by Unilever/Ponds, a corporation that dominated manufacturing in Clinton for decades.