Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn

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  • Address: Botanischen Garten Bonn, MeckenheimerAllee/PoppeldorferAllee, 170, D-53115, Bonn, West, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +49-228735523
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, Botanical Garden, Nature

The BotanischeGärten der Universität Bonn is one of the oldest gardens in North Alps. It is spread lavishly across the Clemensruh Palace (PoppelsdorferSchloss) covering 6.5 hectares of land.  For 400 years, it served as a place of extensive botanical research on plant cultivation and horticulture. The garden has been part of the University of Bonn since its inception in 1818. Today, it has more than 8000 plant species from across the world conserved in separate sections, maintained by the University.

The garden is divided into:

  • Systematic section: 1200 species with evolutionary explanations
  • Arboretum: 700 species of woody plants
  • Geographical section
  • Biotope and endangered plants section
  • Greenhouse

The key attractions in the garden are:

  • Mediterranean House
  • House of ferns
  • House of palms
  • Victoria house
  • Beech trees over 200 years old
  • Titan arums

The idea to turn the garden into a lab of scientific botany was conceived by Dr. Christian Gottfried Daniel Nees von Esenbeck. Its present layout was restored in 1979 after being damaged in World War II. The 15th century painting of the garden is also exhibited in the garden area.

  • This attraction is also known as The Bonn Botanic Garden.
  • There are education signs in the garden to help locate the plants and layouts.
  • Permanent public displays can be used for reference.
  • Guided tours are available on prior reservation.
  • Some parts of the garden are permanently closed for visitors. Don’t trespass into such areas.

  • Sundays and Public holidays: € 3 

Conservatories:

  • 10 am-12 noon; 2 pm- 4 pm
  • Closed between 12 noon- 2 pm
  • Sundays: Closed between 10 am- 5:30 pm
  • Saturdays : Closed

General Guided tours:

  • Sundays and Public Holidays: 11 am- 3 pm

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  • Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn Address: Botanischen Garten Bonn, MeckenheimerAllee/PoppeldorferAllee, 170, D-53115, Bonn, West, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn Contact Number: +49-228735523
  • Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn(preferred time): 03:00 pm - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Bonn include Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn in their plan

  • 70% of people start their Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn

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91.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn

People normally club together Beethoven-Haus Museum and Frauenmuseum while planning their visit to Botanische Garten Der Friedrich-wilhelms-universitat Bonn.

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  • Bonn's sightseeing tour must go through its Botanical Gardens. It is located in the city center. This "green oasis" is also part of the university structure. To enter, you do not have to pay an entrance fee. If you want to attend a lunchtime tour with a lecture lasting 2 hours, you have to buy a ticket at 2 euros. Here on a relatively small area are situated unique plant species such as the amber tree, a variety of wild plants, and some beautiful flowers.

  • Great garden, a place of Bonn that must be visited. The garden has got the largest flower in the world, must see it, but close the nose.

  • Really nice way to spend a day with your loved ones. Some fascinating plants. Worth a visit.

  • The tropical house was the best we have seen so far. Well worth a visit as part of a lazy day.

  • Lovely place to see all kinds of flora. Especially the exotic cacti and succulents were very nice to see.

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