Innisfree was designed as the private garden for Walter and Marion Beck (heiress to a Minnesota mining fortune). In 1960, Innnisfree was opened to the public, as provided for by the Beck's will. The artistic gardens at Innisfree, near Millbrook, New York, were created in the 1920s to reflect the philosophy and aesthetics of Chinese gardens. Experiencing Innisfree means taking an inspiring journey and exploring nature through ancient Chinese artistic tradition. The Innisfree Garden boasts an international heritage and a global reputation. Known primarily for its beauty. This is one of the most beautiful and unique gardens in the world: two hundred acres of woods and gardens wound around a forty acre lake cradled within hills. A unique formal garden disguised as an enchanted landscape.
Millbrook, NY 845-677-8000