Enchanted Fairy Doors bring miniscule magic to Leu Gardens this summer

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PHOTO COURTESY LEU GARDENS
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The miniature outdoors treasure hunt that is Enchanted Fairy Doors is returning to the Harry P. Leu Gardens for another summer. To wit: A group of actual mystical fairies vacation at Leu for the season, and visitors are invited to go on a search for the entrances to their beyond-tiny homes.

The 20 doors are scattered throughout the 50-acre gardens (fairies need their space from one another, clearly), and you're invited to take a stroll around the grounds to see all the Fairy Doors with map in hand — provided by the Gardens staff — detailing all the door locations and a whimsical story about each tenant.



The Enchanted Fairy Doors will be at Harry P. Leu Gardens from June 5 through Sept. 5. More information on Leu Gardens' hours of operation can be found at Leu's website.

Daytime admission, which includes the Fairy Doors exhibit, is $10 per adult, $5 per child, and children aged 3 and under get in free.





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