Gardens & Gardening

Spring BloomFest

The Stevens-Coolidge House & Gardens reopens in April with new and improved gardens, indoor classroom, retail, event lawn, and reimagined interior spaces.

The Stevens-Coolidge House &  Gardens  reopened in April with new and improved gardens, indoor classroom, retail, event lawn, and reimagined interior spaces. We kicked it off with the Spring BloomFest 2021!


Spring BloomFest is over but you can now reserve general admission tickets to visit the Stevens Coolidge House & Gardens.


Please also check out our other Spring Events.


Immerse yourself in the beauty of more than 165,000 tulips and other bulbsfilling nine display gardens with the exuberant colors of spring. With names like Pink Wonder, Sensual Touch, and Orange Princess, you’re sure to be dazzled by the colorful spectacle. 

Athe new  Garden Gateway, you’ll begin your journey discovering these newly designed gardens  and learn about how they will  unfold throughout the seasonsCheck out the new topography and ecology features as well as you explore. 

Member Pre-sale: March 5 – 12

General Public: March 12 starting at 12Noon

Hours of Operation: April 22 – May 16
Daily (Closed Wednesday) 10AM-5PM
Tuesdays 10AM-7PM

Adults: $9/Member  $15/Nonmember
Children (2-12):  $3/Member $5/Nonmember
Children under 2:  FREE 

Adults: $12/Member  $20/Nonmember
Children (2-12):  $3/Member $5/Nonmember
Children under 2:  FREE 

As with most of our events this year, we have a very limited capacity, and can sell out quickly. If possible, more tickets will be added.


Tickets & Admission:

How many tickets can I purchase at once? Individual Members can purchase up to 2 tickets per event day at the Member rate; Family Members and above may purchase up to 6 tickets per day the Member rate.

Do children under 2 need a ticket? Children under 2 are free.

What happens if I show up early or late for my entry time? Due to COVID-19 restrictions regarding capacity of guests allowed per hour, we ask that you arrive at the time printed on your ticket. We will not be able to accommodate late/early arrivals.

Can I stay longer than my 1 hour window? We ask that you please limit your stay to one hour in order to accommodate other guests that are arriving during their assigned time slot.

Can I change my date or time? While we are unable to accommodate date or time changes, tickets can be refunded if the request is made at least 7 days before your visit.

What is the weather policy? This event is rain or shine, however unsafe or extreme weather will cancel this event. In the event we have to cancel due to weather, we will offer a full refund or an alternative date to return.

Parking, Facilities, and Amenities:

Where is the parking for this event? Parking will be on-site. The property entrance is located at 153 Chickering Road, North Andover MA.

Is the site handicapped or stroller accessible? Yes, accessible crushed stone pathways are present throughout the property. Off the paths, the grounds are uneven grass.

Are dogs allowed? In order to maintain the gardens, dogs are not allowed on the property. However, we welcome our furry friends to visit several nature properties nearby.

Is the interior of the property open to the public during the show? The historic house is still undergoing renovation, and due to COVID-19 restrictions, is closed this spring. We look forward to welcoming you back to the house once renovations are complete and it’s safe to do so.

Can I bring my own food or drink? At this time, outside food and beverages are not allowed, but light concessions will be sold on-site.

Will restrooms be available for guests? Yes, restrooms will be available with limited capacity.


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