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Gazebos, Pergolas, and Pagodas

pergola with flowers growing on it

What’s the difference between gazebos, pergolas, and pagodas?

It has come to our attention that there is a great deal of confusion in this world regarding not only what a gazebo is, but also what a gazebo isn’t. These, for example, are not gazebos:


This is not a gazebo either.

If it can blow away in the wind… it’s not a gazebo.  It’s a tent.

Pergolas also are not gazebos, but they are similar to arbors.  They are often used as support structures for vines and flowers, or as open passageways between buildings and gardens.

Pergola with flowers

As for pagodas, you just won’t find many of them in the United States!  That is, unless you’re headed to the Indy 500…


Photo courtesy The Focus Photography

So what exactly is a gazebo? Ladies and gentlemen, these are gazebos:

rectangle pavilion with eagle weathervanegazebogazebo next to water in a garden

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Amish Country Gazebos is the preferred choice of top hotels and resorts

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Prices usually range from $3,000 to $40,000.
Pergolas start at $3,000 and average about $8,000.
Gazebos start at $3,000 and average about $12,000.
Pavilions start at $3,000 and average about $16,000.
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