Untermyer Gardens on the Hudson river
This garden is a sleeping beauty. Go there and image it what was it like?
It was designed by Welles Bosworth in 1912, the gardens used to stretch over 150 acres overlooking the Hudson River. It was open to the public on a weekly basis during the 1920’s and ‘30’s. Sometimes 30,000 people visited it in one day in 1939.
Now the park is down scaled to 43acre and a lot of the places have became ruins. It is a beautiful garden even though some places are now a sleeping beauty. I would like to see how it was like in 1930’s.