Kingwood Center

Kingwood Center

Phone:
419-522-0211

Email:
info@kingwoodcenter.org

Website:
www.kingwoodcenter.org

Address:
900 Park Ave. W.
Mansfield, 44906

Location:
1 1/2 miles west of downtown Mansfield or Trimble Rd. Exit off US30.Enter at 50 N. Trimble Rd.

 Kingwood is the 47-acre former estate of Charles K. King. The grounds are renowned for both their historic significance and the brilliant floral displays. The French Provincial mansion provides an elegant setting for the gardens and is available for viewing by appointment and on specified days and hours including the Christmas season (see www.kingwoodcenter.org for details). An elegant greenhouse features plants for sale including rare and distinctive selections not found in garden centers. The extensive gardens and grounds offer an oasis from the stress and commotion. Programming includes lectures, workshops, family and children's activities and special events. See our website for details.
 Workshops also available for children.

2014 Group Tour Price: Guided Tours $5.00 per person, non-guided tours $2.00 per person (These prices include admission).

Credit Cards:
Mastercard/Visa/Discover/American Express

Closed
January, Feb, and March

April 1-Oct. 31
Grounds 9 am-7 pm daily
Greenhouse 9 am-6 pm daily
Kingwood Hall May 10-Sept 27, guided tours are offered every Saturday at 11 and 2 ( please call to confirm availability)
Kingwood Hall is only open for guided tours. Scheduled guided group tours will still see the mansion as part of their tour.

November
Kingwood Center is closed to the public to prepare for “Christmas at Kingwood”. Please check back for 2014 “Christmas at Kingwood” hours.

December

Kingwood Center is open for “Christmas at Kingwood”. Please check back for 2014 “Christmas at Kingwood” hours.

Kingwood is closed on Thanksgiving, December 5, and Christmas Day.
April 1-Oct. 31 admission/parking is $5 per vehicle.
May – October, the first Monday of every month is FREE.

 

Handicapped accessible.

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I enjoy taking my mother for walks and sitting by the beautiful gardens. My grandchildren love to feed the ducks, toss pennies in the fountains, have a picnic and walk the grounds. Thank you Kingwood!
Diane Shambaugh at 11:07am EDT - March 15, 2008
This is a wonderful place to visit. I have visited the Smithsonian Gardens in Washington D.C., the famous gardens in Colorado, beautiful gardens at the Ringling Brother's Estate in Sarosata Florida, and many other conservatories, although they were all impresive, none do I feel compelled to revisit like Kingwood. This is a place of enchanted gardens sprawling over acers each one different from the last. Fountains greet you around a winding walkway. The paths that take you to visit a pond, where you sit and feed many variety of birds and waterfoul who call this place home. The greenhouses have trees and plants you would have to travel the world to see outside of a book. Don't forget to visit the mansion. It is really a castle, not just a large home; much like the estate in the English movie, "The Witch The Lion And The Wardrobe." It is easy to leave the rest of the world behind when you are there (although there is a fee to enter the mansion the grounds are free). I live in Dayton Ohio, I try to visit Kingwood as often as I can. Every season holds something special at this storybook place. If you find yourself near Mansfield,visit and fall in love with Kingwood.
Wanda E Madachy at 12:17pm EST - December 10, 2009


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