Take a walk through Thomasville's Rose garden

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Added by Brandyn Murray

If ever in Thomasville, Georgia the rose garden should be on your to-do list. The beautiful vibrant colors of the roses are phenomenal.

This place is very peaceful if you ever feel like getting away from all the commotion for a couple hours. Thomasville, Georgia's Official Rose City, has a very long rosarian history and is evident in the Thomasville Rose Garden. The garden is located on Lynne Marie Dr, just off of Covington Ave. The Garden has a variety of 1500 roses that bloom each spring for you to walk around and observe. All of the roses also have labels telling you what type they are. The garden offers paved paths which makes it an easy stroll around. 

Pack List

  • Camera or phone
  • Family
  • Water
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Chillin, Photography

Skill Level:



Spring, Summer


Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Handicap Accessible
Picnic Area

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Added by Brandyn Murray

I'm a photographer born and raised in the Cayman Islands, in the Caribbean. Living in Thomasville Georgia where I am attending Thomas University finish my bachelors degree in Social Media Marketing.

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