Johns Creek Beautification Secret Garden Tour

We are excited to announce Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center is a featured stop on the Johns Creek Beautification for the 2021 Annual Garden Tour, May 1, 2021, from 9 am – 4 pm. From 11 am to 2 pm Autrey Mill will host a variety of vendors and informational booths! More information soon!

Autrey Mill is your lunch stop! Featuring Honey Baked Ham. Please prepurchase your lunch here:

$10 Lunch Tickets 

Provided by Honey Baked Ham

Purchase your lunch in advance to ensure availability. Very few extra lunches purchased for onsite sales. Each boxed lunch consists of a sandwich, chips, and a cookie. There are three options: meat, poultry, or cheddar tomatoes which is vegetarian, but not vegan. Lunch orders must be placed 4 days prior to the event.

To purchase multiple meals with different options, simply add one at a time from this page. To purchase multiple meals with the same option, simply add one to your cart here, and on the checkout screen update the quantity. From Mobile devices, you will need a PayPal account, from desktop devices you may check out as a guest.

More than a garden destination, this unique Preserve owned by the City of Johns Creek includes miles of woodland trails, historic buildings, a butterfly garden, and a variety of animal exhibits- including ducks, chickens, a rabbit and more. Autrey Mill has also invited our partner organizations including Fulton County Water Resources, Monarchs Across Georgia, the National Charity League, Young Men’s Service League and Fulton County Master Gardeners to help create a unique array of events and programs. Fulton County Water Resources will have a presentation on Gardening for Water Quality with Native Plants and the AMNP Board will be speaking about our rare native plant, the Lady Slipper.

Proceeds from the luncheon will be earmarked to supplement our mission “to create a destination and educational resource to inspire exploration, appreciation, and preservation of the natural environment and local history.

The Secret Garden Tour stops are conveniently located along the Old Alabama Road corridor, which will allow visitors to relax and enjoy each special property at a leisurely pace. Fulton County Master Gardeners will be answering plant-related questions. Educational presentations will be occurring throughout the day at the Nature Preserve. All proceeds from this event will support the work of Johns Creek Beautification and will be specifically earmarked toward the purchase of public art sculptures for the City, landscape beautification projects throughout Johns Creek, and to benefit an extensive Citywide daffodil planting effort to raise awareness of cancer survivorship through their partnership with CanCare. Many of the attractively landscaped medians along SR141 and State Bridge Road are examples of projects facilitated by Johns Creek Beautification and funded through public and private partnerships.

Passes for the Secret Garden Tour will be made available on the John Creek Beautification website. For additional information please visit the Johns Creek Beautification website at

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