One of Bremens’ loveliest attractions, this collection of Rhododendrons and azaleas is one of the largest in the world. Shady trails course through vividly colourful bushes. Over 550 species of the flowers grow here. The best time to visit the park is in May, when park’s late spring display simply dazzles you with brilliant whites, red, yellows and violets. Hundreds of thousands of people come to see them. You’ll also find a Bonsai Garden, a Rose Garden and a Scent Garden.
The park’s other attraction is Botanika, a 3 acre ‘green science centre that showcases’ natural garden exhibits from diverse Asian landscapes – the Himalaya, the Far East, and Borneo. It also has a Japanese Garden, a medical garden, and a heath garden.
Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika Travel Tips
- Dogs must be leashed
- Check out Restaurant Bloom
Entrance Ticket Details For Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika
- Botanika: EUR 8
Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika Hours
- Monday – Friday: 9am-6pm
- Saturday – Sunday: 10am-6pm
- Closed 24th and 31st December
How to Reach Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika
- Trams 1, 1E,4, 4S, 6E, N1, N4 stop Bremen Horner Kirche
- Buses 21, 21E, 31, 33, 33E, 34 stop Bremen Horner Kirche
- Bus 31 stop Bremen Deliusweg
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53.99% of people who visit Bremen include Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika in their plan
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45.36% of people start their Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Rhododendronpark Bremen And Botanika
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