|Location||10 Willow Avenue
North Hampton, New Hampshire U.S.
Fuller Gardens are a turn-of-the-century botanical garden located at 10 Willow Avenue in the town of North Hampton, New Hampshire, in the United States. The gardens feature a formal rose garden, a Japanese garden and English perennial plantings, and are open daily on a seasonal basis.
The gardens were created on the summer estate of businessman and Massachusetts governor Alvan T. Fuller. There are formal rose gardens designed in the Colonial Revival style that were commissioned in the 1930s.
The gardens are now an independent non-profit organization.