Come and walk through this intimate, historic garden nestled in a corner of Chauncey Allen Park in Westfield, Massachusetts. A formal flower and herb garden established in 1934, Grandmothers’ Garden was designed in the colonial revival style and constructed entirely by volunteers. That spirit of community and civic involvement inspires the garden to this day.
Grandmothers’ Garden runs on volunteer energy. Whether you are an experienced gardener, or have never held a trowel, there is an opportunity for you. Join our team to plant, prune, and keep our beds flourishing. If you prefer administrative tasks you can work on the annual garden tour or join our board.
We welcome your help at the level of commitment you’re comfortable with, whether it’s once a week or once a year.
We invite you to join our dedicated group of volunteers!
Grandmothers’ Garden is a great spot to host a wedding ceremony. Lush greenery, colorful flowers, and a scenic landscape combine to create an intimate, natural, and romantic backdrop for your special day.