Faerie folkes live in old Oakes. According to German folklore, the holes found in oak trees are fairy pathways. At Winterthur, three acres of the incomparable garden on Oak Hill have been developed into a veritable fairy playground -- a garden especially for children. Enchanted Woods, capied by majestic red, white, and scarlet oaks, has become a place of enchantment, mystery, and discovery. In Discover Enchanted Woods, the sixth volume in the museum's Discover Series, landscape curator and author Denise Magnani takes us on a journey through the garden, offering a behind-the-scenes look at its creation. Shaped by the imagination and given substance by sculptures, child-size structures, serpentine walks, and found bits and pieces of the Winterthur estate, Enchanted Woods delights the visitor with a Troll Bridge, Faerie Cottage, Bird's Nest, Frog Hollow, Tulip Tree House, Story Stones, and Fairy Flower Labyrinth. Magnani's in-depth involvement with both the development and interpretation of the garden serves her well in this insider's look at the newest Winterthur offering.