Reykjavik Botanical Garden, Reykjavik
About Reykjavik Botanical Garden, Reykjavik
Reykjavik Botanical Garden, Reykjavik - Address, Phone Number
Address: Hverfisgata 105, Hverfisgata 105, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
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The main attraction in the Laugarnesvegur area east of the city, this botanical garden focusing on research and education has about 5000 plant species represented in regionally thematic collections: Iceland's flora; perennial foreign plants; roses; forest floor plants; trees; rock garden and a gourmet garden. It’s a lovely place for a leisurely stroll. Birders will also appreciate the garden for its thriving avian population. Additionally the Cafe Flora here is a very cute place to grab a bite, where small musical performances and book readings are occasionally organised. The whole place is an especially charming hangout at christmas time.
Reykjavik Botanical Garden Information
- Disabled accessible.
Reykjavik Botanical Garden Opening and Closing Hours
- Cafe Flora keeps its own hours.
How To reach Reykjavik Botanical Garden by Public Transport
- Laugardalsholl Bus stop
- By Car or take a Taxi
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Very nice place , to go jogging or to be in family, the team off Borgagadur is just great, the boss Axel 6 stars, Gulla 6 stars, Haltgrimur, 6 stars, Kamil 6 stars, Hannes the great 10 stars.
Very nice free park in Reykjavik! If you're visiting in summer you're just in time to see some very beautiful flowers there. A nice stop while visiting Reykjavik!
Nice park with all plants labeled properly. The chocolate cake at the flora cafeteria was really good. The park itself is free of charge.
A lovely place to wander away from the city centre. A little Spartan in winter and a shame the cafe was closed.
This was a wonderful FREE park on the eastern side of the city. We visited in April so there were many flowers or leaves out yet but it was still beautiful and peaceful. There is indoor greenhouse area with restrooms and a cafe. I'm sure the whole place is spectacular in the summer.
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