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.
Due to the pandemic, our annual Seton Legacy Garden Blessing will occur as a livestream event. Thank you for your understanding and thoughtful support. Please visit our website or our Facebook page on May 31 at 6pm for a special presentation.