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Sunken Gardens, Huntington

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#740 of 1,067 in Things to do in Indiana
Scenic Walking Area · Landmark
Sunken Gardens is a historic public park and garden complex located at Huntington, Huntington County, Indiana. It was designed by the Chicago Landscape Co. in 1923, and complete in 1929. The gardens include outcropped limestone walls on all sides, a horseshoe shaped pool, limestone foot bridges, two levels, and an automobile-related fieldstone bridge.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
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  • Very nice flower garden, Fish ponds, just redone this spring. cool place for partys or weddings, or just a place to get away Christmas is very will light with lights  more »
  • Wow! This is a hidden gem! Beautiful spot to picnic, visit or just relax in! Very romantic if you have someone to share it with! Well worth a stop and bring your camera for some amazing pics!  more »
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  • Very interesting, beautiful and well maintained park. Also a very novel idea to turn a old quarry into a park. There are also very respectful memorials to local people who gave their lives in protection of our country. Well worth a visit if you're in the area.
  • This is a beautiful park. The war memorial at the top was touching. I would love to go back and have a picnic with my family

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