Philadelphia County

Wyck Historic House, Garden, Farm


Photo: Robert Buzzard Photography
Est. 1824
The Wyck Rose Garden dates to the 1820s and is widely recognized as the oldest rose garden in original plan in America. Included are the original rose plants from the 1824 design, as well as plants from the 18th century kitchen garden.

Must-See Features

Heritage roses in bloom May through early June, and the beautiful Magnolia tree that winds through the restroom entrance.

Passport Fulfillment

Get your Passport stamped at the self-stamping station in the summerhouse, located in the rose garden.


6026 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144

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Free, no tickets required. Fee applies for group tours or tours with garden staff.


Open for the Season.

Check garden’s website for current daily hours and admission fees prior to visiting.