The Seton Legacy Garden honors 200 years of history, charity, and dedication begun by Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in 1809.
At the center of the garden is a statue of Elizabeth Ann Seton in her role as teacher. The surrounding pathways in the garden offer a place of reflection and solitude, with inscriptions of inspirational quotes on pavers and markers.
Remember and honor a loved one in the Legacy Garden
Choose a brick, granite paver, deciduous tree, planting bed or bench to be engraved as you request.
Download the brochure to learn more.
Watch our Seton Legacy Garden Blessing from 2020 here.