What it is: Alice’s Garden is a two acre urban community garden committed to urban agriculture, regenerative farming, and community cultural development. It is located on land that used to be a part of the Undergound Railroad. You can stop by to view the gardens and colorful art, have a picnic, or lend a hand.
Walk the beautiful living labyrinth populated by healing plants and herbs. There is also a re-creation of the type of garden that used to be tended by slaves.
Don’t miss the colorful mural on the west end of the garden that recognizes African-Americans who were part of the Underground Railroad in Milwaukee.
Check their Facebook Page for special events they host such as Yoga in the Garden, Brown Boys Bonding Through Books, Volunteer Tuesdays, and more.
Where: The gardens are located in the Lindsey Heights neighborhood of Milwaukee, not far from I-43. The address is 2136 N 21st St, Milwaukee, WI 53205.
Cost: There is no admission fee.
Facebook page: facebook.com/alicesgarden