Lewis and Clark Community College Signature Gardens
Created under the guidance of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, the six signature gardens at Lewis & Clark Community College feature unique sculptures, fountains, lakes, ponds, and luscious flora. Learn about the history of Lewis and Clark and the former Monticello Women’s Seminary and discover how Lewis and Clark Community College is working to preserve the beauty of the original limestone buildings and copper patina accents. Explore the lily pond, fountains and gardens designed to inspire students and be environmentally friendly.
Listen to the stories behind the monumental bronze sculptures by world-renowned artist Richard Hunt in Crossroads Plaza, Ruth Duckworth’s Survivor, Missouri Botanical Garden’s Signature Gardens, Fountain Court, River of Colors Garden, Sacagawea by Glenna Goodacre, and many more fascinating features of the 215-acre Godfrey Campus.
The one-hour free guided tour will be led by the Horticulture Manager.
Lewis and Clark Community College Signature Gardens Reservations and Information:
5800 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, Illinois 62035, United States