on March 31, 2006
The gardens are really designed as a summer attraction, and are only worth a visit if there's fresh snow. That said, in the snow, the place is simply magical. The heated fountains and water sculptures run year-round, and the sparse backdrop of evergreen shrubbery and snow can only highlight the waterworks' austere beauty. The bare trellises and the sculpted walks look like something out of a fairytale in the snow. Photo opportunities abound.
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