Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens is at 507 W. 7th Ave.; from downtown, take Stevens St. s., then 7th Ave. w.; the gardens are in Edwidge Woldson Park, adjacent to the Corbin Art Center. Mature deciduous trees form a green backdrop for rose and perennial gardens. Lilac bushes are among the only plants surviving from the original garden. Other features that have been reconstructed include a tea house and pergola.
Note: The gardens are situated on a terraced hillside, with vertical paths punctuated by rough stone steps. There are some steep climbs up and down the hillside, numerous steps to negotiate and inclines without handrails.