Free State National Botanical Garden, Bloemfontein

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Free State National Botanical Garden, Bloemfontein - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Rayton Road, off Dan Pienaar Drive, R702, Bloemfontein, South Africa

Phone: +27-514363530

Ticket Price: 16 ZAR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 04:30 pm Details

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This garden in the city of roses is dedicated to cultivation and preservation of the local flora and fauna and of course roses. Housing over 400 species including the vibrant red-hot pokers and wild dagga plants- a local specialty, there are also specialized gardens dedicated to medicinal plants. The garden is also a home to over 140 bird species. The 50 species of reptiles are also worth looking out for.

Free State National Botanical Garden Information

  • Always carry Hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, binoculars and camera.
  • Self-guided hiking trails are available for adventure lovers.

Free State National Botanical Garden Ticket Prices

  • Students and senior citizens have a concession in entry fee.

Free State National Botanical Garden Opening and Closing Hours

Closing time : public holidays - 05.00 pm.

How To reach Free State National Botanical Garden by Public Transport

  • Rented car.

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  • Very well kept gardens. Don't mind paying entrance fee at all

  • A beautiful garden. We were planning on having breakfast at the restaurant which was unfortunately closed for a private function.

  • We visited the gardens in January, after a bout of rain. The gardens are kept neat and there is a lot of space for children to explore. There are also play apparatus for small ones, and a lovely dam with water fowl on it. My grandson chased butterflies and afterwards we had a lovely brunch in the serene surroundings.

  • Beautiful place where the body and the mind find the peace and the relax

  • Botanical Garden is pretty awesome from the time you enter the gate with the security guard curious to know if you know where you're going to really getting relaxed. Just the parking lot alone for me is pretty.

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