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  • Address: 248 Ridgewood Avenue, Charlotte, North Carolina 28209, USA
  • Hours: Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm (office); Tues: 3pm - 5pm; Weds: 10am - 12pm; Sat: 10am - 5pm (garden)
  • Admission: Adults: $6; Under 18: Free

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Wing Haven Garden and Bird Sanctuary Tours

In the affluent Myers Park neighborhood, about one mile south of Uptown, this three-acre combination of woodland and formal gardens was opened in 1970 as a haven for birds. Hemmed in by tall brick walls, the gardens themselves were originally planted in 1927 by a married couple of bird-lovers who used to live on the property.

Highlights of this graceful outdoor attraction include an English sundial dating from 1705 and the largest chastetree in the United States; this common Southern variety of ornamental tree blooms with big, fluffy blue or white flowers in summer. The gardens have been planted according to a year-round schedule, so there’s always something here to see. 

Keep an eye out for rabbits in the spring, and on hot, muggy summer days, consider bringing mosquito repellent. 

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