Monday, May 6, 2013
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens will open its gates free of charge on Friday, May 10, in observance of National Public Gardens Day.
On Friday, Magnolia will join the National Public Gardens Association and its member gardens around the United States in raising awareness of the important role public gardens play in promoting environmental stewardship and plant and water conservation.
This free offer to Magnolia does not include guided tours or the Audubon Swamp and is only valid on Friday, May 10. A paper coupon printed from the NPGA website is required. Each coupon is valid for two individuals. The image of the coupon in smart phones, ipads and ipods will not be accepted.
To print the coupon, go to: http://www.nationalpublicgardensday.org/free-admission-offer.
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