The Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail joins quilting, gardening, and art into a one-of-a-kind, free event featuring more than a million vibrant blooms, 17 gigantic gardens, and 25 hand-painted, super-sized murals (at 14 locations).

Quilt Gardens locations. Just enter the address in your favorite map app on your mobile device for easy directions to each location. You can also view our complete map here.


Central Park
Double Tulips garden | 300 S. Main Street. (Waterfall Drive & Franklin Street)

Elkhart County Visitor Center
Aurora mural | 3421 Cassopolis Street

Elkhart Environmental Center
Sunflower by Twilight garden | 1717 East Lusher Avenue

Linton’s Enchanted Gardens
Kaleidoscope Blooms garden | 315 CR 17 

Ruthmere Museum
Friendship Star garden | 302 East Beardsley Avenue

New Crossing garden | 27751 CR 26

The Lerner
Crystal mural | 410 South Main Street

Wellfield Botanic Gardens
Fresh Connections garden | 1011 North Main Street


Abshire Park
Towering of Gifts garden | 1302 East Lincoln Avenue

Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds
Head, Heart, Hands and Health garden | 17746 CR 34

Elkhart County Courthouse
Joseph’s Coat garden | 101 North Main Street

Goshen Chamber & Visitors Center
Hopes & Wishes mural | 232 South Main Street

Old Bag Factory
Fractured Four Patch garden | 1100 North Chicago Avenue


Das Dutchman Essenhaus
Diamond in the Square garden & Double Wedding Ring mural | 240 US 20

Dutch Country Market
Double Windmill garden | 11401 CR 16

Krider World’s Fair Garden
Fireworks garden | 302 West Bristol Street

Martin Ace Hardware
Country Patriotic Flag mural | 103 Crystal Heights Boulevard

Middlebury Chamber of Commerce
Star Burst mural | 201 South Main Street

Varns & Hoover Hardware
Memories of Middlebury mural | 101 South Main Street

The FarmHouse Inn B&B
Rail Fence Flag garden | 1061 Parkwood Drive

Nappanee Center
Nature’s Stained Glass garden & Grandmother’s Flower Garden mural | 302 West Market Street

Topping Dental Group
Around the Block mural | 102 West Market Street


Shortstop Inn
Pinwheels & Ribbons of Hope mural | 112 East Waterford Street

Downtown Wakarusa
Woven Knot garden & Clara’s Flower Garden mural | 116 South Elkhart Street

Bonneyville Mill
Trapunto and Appliqué mural | 53373 County Road 131

Bristol on the River Open Door Center
Starry Night mural | 101 West Vistula Street

Elkhart County Historical Museum
Snowball in Summer garden | 304 West Vistula Street (SR 120)

2021 Quilt Gardens Photos

Coming Soon...2022 photos

Maps, Resources & Info

Is there a map of the Quilt Gardens and Quilt Murals?

Yes, here is a map that shows the Quilt Gardens and Quilt Murals locations, names, and location address.

If you would prefer a quick list of the Quilt Gardens and Murals addresses click here.

Quilt Gardens Map

When can I see the Quilt Gardens?

The Quilt Gardens are viewable May 30 - September 15 each year during all daylight hours. Elkhart County is on Eastern Standard Time which means in summer time, daylight can mean perfect garden enjoyment as late as 8 or 9 p.m. each evening. Many people like to go back to their favorite site to see them at different light and times of the day. 

Learn more about the quilt gardens.

Are the Quilt Gardens and Quilt Murals all in one location?

No, they are not all at one location. The 17 Quilt Gardens and 24 hand-painted Quilt Murals at 14 mural sites are spread throughout the cities and towns of BristolElkhart, GoshenMiddleburyNappanee, and Wakarusa along the Heritage Trail in Elkhart County.


How do the Quilt Gardens and Quilt Murals look right now?

The Quilt Gardens are planted on May 30 and are then what we lovingly call “baby gardens”. As the summer season heats up, and the inevitable rain & heat hit, the gardens fill in, grow and become just gorgeous and filled with surprises.

Our volunteers work hard with each of Mother Nature's challenges to provide you the best experience and are committed to pattern appreciation and view ability. What’s neat about this event, is one garden is having some challenges, keep going to the next one on the Heritage Trail.

They are all at different stages due to soil content, weather, and local environments. For real time info give the Visitors Center a call at 800-262-8161 for today’s garden update. The Quilt Murals always look fabulous! We hope you enjoy them all!

Are the Quilt Gardens Accessible?

Quilt Gardens are best experienced from the walkways and lawns surrounding each site's location. Some Quilt Gardens can be viewed from your vehicle, but that does not provide the optimal experience. A few Quilt Gardens locations provide viewing platforms accessible by a handful of steps. Most Quilt Murals are visible from the car or sidewalk. 

What are the addresses for the Quilt Gardens?

Just enter the address in your favorite map app on your mobile device for easy directions to each location. You can also download the map for the Quilt Gardens and Quilt Murals,

Quilt Gardens location addresses

Is there an admission fee for the Quilt Gardens?

All Quilt Gardens and Quilt Murals are viewable free of charge so plan to stop, get out, walk, and enjoy at each stop. Read the signs, take a picture and share using #quiltgardens. Breath in the fresh air and enjoy nature and art for free.