Little known Paddington Reservoir Gardens in Sydney's Oxford Street is a unique mediative place that is steep in heritage.
In 19th century Paris, there was a craze for le Japonisme, and you can still see many of the beautiful Japanese gardens today.
Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain and Arturo Toscanini all resided at Wave Hill. Today the villa serves as a cultural center with art exhibitions, garden parties and other special events.
Untapped arts editor Laura Itzkowitz recounts a trip to the incredible Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain, where the last of the Nasrid kings ruled in the 14th century.
The New York Botanical Garden's latest exhibition, "Monet's Garden," offers a unique perspective on the intersections of Monet's joint pursuits: painting and botany.
Thanks to your readership and voting, four winners have been selected in the 2012 Partners in Preservation popular vote.
What used to be his estate, the gardens of Albert Kahn, are some of the most colorful corners of the Paris region.
The Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in Pelham Bay Park is an illustrious late-19h century hideaway in the far reaches of the Bronx.
The cherry blossoms are in full bloom at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.
A visit to the often-overlooked medieval art branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.