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ROY C MEGARGEL & MEGARGEL, TEXAS & THE BIRTHPLACE OF PEPSI! NEW BERN NC

 


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TOUR INFORMATION:

There are no restrictions on Group size for visitors

There is no admission fee

Summer Hours 7AM to 7PM    (1st Sunday in April to last Sunday in October)

Winter hours    7AM to 4PM   (no cars after 4:30pm)

 

Available on the Grounds:

Picnic areas

Restrooms

Soda vending machines

Maps and brochures are available at the Visitor Information Booth

 

The Gardens are located 31 miles north of New York at;

700 Anderson Hill Rd

Purchase, New York

 

 

****  From our 2007 visit I'd like to also add...

 

You'll notice the part about no sunbathing and no playing sports and  keeping your animals on leashes.  In addition I also specifically ask about wedding and other events.   They DO NOT allow ceremonies or large events on the grounds... however guests are welcome to come by and take their wedding pictures or event pictures there. 

 

To those of you who feel this is slightly unfair, I did ask the reason behind these policies,  the answer is that this is not a public facility, This is, in fact, the Corporate Headquarters for PepsiCo.  The grounds are what I believe to be the largest and most magnificent Private Sculpture Garden in the United States. Even though the keyword here is Private, still they welcome about a quarter million visitors onto their grounds each year.  As a Private collection, you may not get all the frills you might at a museum or a gallery, but you do get a couple other advantages.....for instance....It's free!!  Also, No annoying Gift shops or street vendors trying to sell you Pepsi Sculpture Garden T-Shirts.  (Although I'd buy one)  They do provide a picnic area and ask that food be restricted to that area.  Be aware though, there are only 7 tables.  For most groups no problem, but if you are planning a large tour, try to leave a couple tables open for others. 

 

just follow Common sense and Common courtesy.....  Isn't it amazing, I'm not even on the payroll!


 

 

 


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