Known as Alabama's Little Corner of Greece, the Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum features over 20 acres of year-round ... More
Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum
Known as Alabama's Little Corner of Greece, the Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum features over 20 acres of year-round floral beauty and classical sculpture, including new statuary honoring Olympic heroes and mythical gods. A tour of Jasmine Hill offers spectacular and ever-changing views, including a full-scale replica of the Temple of Hera ruins as found in Olympia, Greece, the birthplace of the Olympic Flame.
Reviews for Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum: 3
By A Yahoo Contributor, 7/21/10
I have lived in Alabama all my life, and had passed the sign to Jasmine Hills millions of times, and this May decided to stop and see what it was all about. We were very impressed. The grounds were beautiful, and did not expect to see all the flowers blooming, really bet it is impressive in the springtime. We enjoyed out stroll through the outdoor gardens and we are glad we finally stopped to see what it was all about. We were impressed with all of the statues and the replica of the Temple of Hera. We really would like to see it in the springtime when all the azaleas are in bloom. A family had brought a picnic lunch and was enjoying being outdoors; sitting under the huge trees as they ate. We thought that was a great idea. WE never knew this existed and was very impressed.
This place in very nice but the staff is very uncoporative. They come dressed as the homeless but will get in the lines for food as if they were guest. The bathrooms was nasty. When we went to look at the venue we were shown rooms that we could use for the groomsmen, then the day of the wedding we were told that they would not be open. Several guest made comments on how rude they were, one of the guest said she walked up to the people that were staff and told him how beautiful it was and the man acted very rudely. They told us they would have some ice but might need some they had the ice machines turned off. They attacked floral arrangers and several other workers that were trying to do the job that they were being paid for. They attacked one of my wedding party because the service entrance was left open by a rental company because they thought he did it. We tried to look over their rudeness but it did make the wedding to flow not so smoothly.
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