Curran Hall Gardens
As early as 1849, visitors to the Curran Hall gardens commented on the roses, native flowers, exotic shrubbery, and arbors with vines, fruits, and berries. Original landscaping included a wide variety of hardy Southern trees, shrubs, vines, and bulbs. Today Curran Hall features a garden landscape designated as the Marjem Ward Jackson Historic Garden which attracts tour groups and visitors from all over the world. In full bloom the garden is breathtaking and is lovingly maintained by the Pulaski County Master Gardeners.