Where Richmond Road and North Boundary Street meet, near the beginning of Duke of Gloucester Street, hidden in plain sight is the Adams Garden. It is a beautiful, quiet place you might easily pass and never notice, much less take a moment to stroll its paths and admire the foliage. All during the Spring and Summer the garden blooms. There are benches, outside and in, where you can absorb the atmosphere, take a moment to think or reflect, watch the birds and squirrels, or rest and re-energize.
On a weekend morning, after grabbing a cup of coffee or tea from around the corner, you can sit and read a newspaper, or just walk about listening to the sounds of the space.
Below are images in a carousel of the garden taken in April to give you an idea of the place. They only approximates what the real experience is.