With most attractions closed for coronavirus, it's a good time to visit your local parks and gardens. Fresh air and sunlight are essential for good health!
Recently, my husband and I visited the Allentown Rose Gardens, the place where we were married, to try out our new camera and see the beauty of the place in May. This public garden has been a treasure of the Lehigh Valley since 1931, giving visitors a beautiful atmosphere to stroll, paint, exercise, take pictures, have weddings, fish, or just relax on one of the park's many benches or in one of the gazebos. It is located off of Ott Street, between Hamilton Street and Linden Street, in historic Allentown, Pennsylvania. Enjoy this video I recorded during my visit!
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