Garden lovers and history buffs alike will enjoy a road trip searching out the War of 1812 Bicentennial Peace Gardens. Dedicated at historic sites in the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada, the War of 1812 Bicentennial Peace Gardens commemorate the more than two hundred years of peace and friendship between two countries that share the world’s longest undefended boarder.
The garden trail covers more than 600 miles including the United States and Canada, and blooms May through October. Gardens are located throughout the Greater Niagara, Finger Lakes, 1000 Islands/Seaway and Adirondack Coast regions of New York State.
Peace Garden at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Garden
For suggested itineraries, special events, nearby attractions, accommodations, and more, contact each garden individually or call 1-800-622-2686 ext 23 (M-F 8 am – 4 pm EST)
About the International Peace Garden Foundation
Established in 1992, the nonprofit International Peace Garden Foundation is a nonprofit organization advocates global friendship through the creation of peace gardens and cultural programs around the world.
“Let the seeds of peace begin here and spread throughout the world.”