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Anderson Japanese Gardens

318 Spring Creek Road
815-229-9390

Mission:

In our hectic and stressful world, Anderson Japanese Gardens opens minds to a different culture while offering guests a place of peace and tranquility where they will find healing, renewal, inspiration, and a re-energized soul.



Reviews

collectionsofmine

Rating:
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Such a beatutiful place to visit. Tickets are reasonable. We went little too early before summer (April) and trees were still missing leaves. Would be a great place to have a wedding done. Walking or just sitting in the garden will fill your mind with lot of peace. Would be nice if they have some more proper seating in the garden.

Bryan Wilcher

Rating:
Friday, June 1, 2018
This was a nice outing. The ponds were teaming with Koi and the waterfalls and bridges offered breath taking views of nature. Around every turn of the winding paths you are met with a place for sitting and absorb the energy from the place, or be surprised by a water feature, or a view that surpasses the last one. Overall this was a great experience that only takes an hour or two, but leaves you recharged.

Stardust

Rating:
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
I love this place so much. It’s like walking into another world. So much beautiful scenery. I got so many awesome polaroids here. The waterfall is gorgeous. There is so much to look at and you can spend a good amount of time here. Can’t wait to go back every season.

Rafael Peters

Rating:
Saturday, May 12, 2018
This is an authentic Japanese garden, and well managed. The garden staff do a good job keeping it nice and clean. The gold fish keep themselves busy all around the pond. This garden is suitable for the handicapped, and I'm sure those who were around during my visit enjoyed theirs too. Try visit their restaurant and they have a handful of good dish on their menu.

Natalie Thirtle

Rating:
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
My mom took me here for my birthday gift and I absolutely loved it. It's calming and beautiful. The Koi pond is a lot of fun as well, and I would definitely recommend all visitors buy the fish food to feed them.

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