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Secret Garden can refer to:
- The Secret Garden, 1911 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, which spawned several adaptations:
- The Secret Garden (1919 film), directed by Gustav von Seyffertitz
- The Secret Garden (1949 film), starring Dean Stockwell and Margaret O'Brien
- The Secret Garden (1975 TV series), BBC TV serial starring Sarah Hollis Andrews and Hope Johnstone
- The Secret Garden (1987 film), a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie
- The Secret Garden (1993 film) a movie directed by Agnieszka Holland
- The Secret Garden (1994 film) an animated adaptation produced by Greengrass Productions and Kalisto Ltd.
- The Secret Garden (musical), a 1991 Broadway musical with music by Lucy Simon
- The Secret Garden (opera), 2013 opera by Nolan Gasser
- "The Secret Garden", a short story by G. K. Chesterton featuring his Father Brown character
- Secret Garden (duo), an Irish-Norwegian duo playing New Instrumental Music
- "The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)", a 1990 single by Quincy Jones
- "Secret Garden" (Bruce Springsteen song), a 1995 single by Bruce Springsteen
- "Secret Garden" (Album) A 2014 album by Angra.
- "Secret Garden" (T'Pau song), a 1988 single by T'Pau
- "Secret Garden" (Gackt song), a 2000 single by Gackt
- "Secret Garden", a 1992 song by Madonna
- "Secret Garden", a 2007 song by Patrick Wolf from The Magic Position
- Secret Garden (EP), the third mini-album by South Korean girl group A Pink
- Secret Garden (TV series), a Korean fantasy drama
- Secret Garden (Mediacorp TV series), a Singaporean drama
- Secret Garden (outdoor nursery), a playschool in the woods of Letham, Fife, Scotland.
- Secret Garden (Big Brother), a secret room used in Big Brother (UK) series 6
- My Secret Garden, 1973 book by Nancy Friday
- "My Secret Garden", a 1982 song by Depeche Mode
- Secret Garden Party, a music festival in Cambridgeshire, England
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