NOTICE: Due to the Covid19 Pandemic, the 2020 Spring at Spohr event scheduled for May 16 has been canceled.

In these difficult times we all need to get outside to find peace in the natural world. 

Sadly, we have made the decision to close the parking area at the Gardens. 

This is in line with the Town of Falmouth’s decision to close the parking areas of all of the town’s public beaches. You may still walk around the grounds, but, please, stay on the paths, and always, always, always practice Social Distancing. 

We need everyone, of every age, to help stop the transmission of this deadly disease. As always, all donations are greatly appreciated.

NOTICE: Due to the Covid19 Pandemic, the 2020 Spring at Spohr event scheduled for May 16 has been canceled.

Spohr Gardens Board of Trustees

This 6-acre woodland garden, next to Oyster Pond, is the perfect place for a walk with nature.

Forget about the traffic, congestion, noise and pollution, and take a stroll through the garden's paths and winding trails.

Enjoy the literally thousands of beautiful flowers -- daffodils, rhododendrons, azaleas, day lilies and more -- or take a seat by the pond and just tune out for a bit.

Spring at Spohr

May 16, 2020
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • Activities for children
  • Wishing Tree
  • Guided tours
  • Plant Sale
butterfly celebration
Butterfly Celebration Day

August 8, 2020
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

  • Release of Butterflies:
  • 11 AM and 1 PM

  • Activities for Children

Spohr Gardens is the perfect setting for a small, intimate wedding ceremony.

Please contact us for information.

In 2003 a group of women who loved Spohr Gardens decided to start a Friends Group to provide financial support and a volunteer base of workers for the Gardens. 

The annual Fall Appeal had begun, and people were given the opportunity to donate money and volunteer their time. This financial support is very important to the Gardens. 

The Trust is a private 501c3 Charitable Trust; we receive no monies from the Town of Falmouth. Under the terms of the Trust, we may not charge admission, but we may accept donations. 

Mr. and Mrs. Spohr left a trust fund to maintain the property, but it is not adequate to cover our expenses. The generous support from these individuals plays a pivotal role in the success and maintenance of our gardens. 


Butterfly Project

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