At Berkshire Botanical Garden: ‘PlayDate’ Designers Re-Imagine Play House Structures

Nine local designers and builders interpret play house structures for Berkshire Botanical Garden’s summer exhibition, “PlayDate: Playhouses in the Garden”.

The PlayDate structures vary in size and theme, from a medieval fortress, to an outdoor transparent “play room” and a cubed, mirrored structure. Other designs include a tree trunk transformed into a hobbit house, a 19th Century shepherd’s wagon, a tee-pee made of saplings, a sanctuary, and an antique aviary tea party. A permanent installation at the Garden, the Martha Stewart Cottage, received a makeover for the exhibition, transforming the traditional garden cottage into a wild woodland themed room inspired by the Garden’s own woodland trail. A total of 11 structures are included in the exhibition.

– info from https://berkshirebotanical.org/

DATES/TIME:
Now through September 24, 2017
9 am – 5 pm daily

LOCATION:
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 W Stockbridge Rd
West Stockbridge, MA 01266

COST:
Free with garden admission.

Admission:
Members Free
Adults $15
Seniors/Students $14/$12
Children under 12 Free

“Twofer” Tuesday – BBG offers half price admission every Tuesday in 2017!

 

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Jeff McKinney is a Realtor in Columbia County, NY. Connect with him on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Pinterest.

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