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The Hermitage Museum & Gardens features contemporary exhibition galleries, a Visual Arts Studio, working artist studios, and 12 acres of gardens and grounds.
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This quiet garden overlooks the Lafayette River, its patios and cobblestone walkways surrounded by brick walls. More
The Wetlands assists in controlling erosion and includes a variety of native and flowering plants. More
Guests can escape to the Grotto, relax on the bench, and enjoy the expansive view of the gardens, house, and river. More
The Museum is an early 20th century historic house with a world-wide art collection and exhibition galleries. More
Built in 2001, the Rose Garden sits in front of the Museum and originally consisted of 38 rose shrubs and 6 climbers. More
Now considered works of art, these centuries’ old millstones once served as tools to grind wheat into flour. More
In 1922, the private water tower was transformed into the Wood Carver's Shop. The structure now serves the garden department.
Rain Gardens are designed to help capture, channel, divert, and clean runoff water that comes from rain and storms. More
Studio Artists' Cottage
The Studio Artist Program offers local artists the opportunity to apply for a working studio available in the Cottage. More
Visual Arts Studio
The Visual Arts Studio offers an ongoing schedule of art classes and workshops throughout the year to fit all interests. More