Tallinna BotaanikaaedCurrently Closed
- Address: Kloostrimetsa tee 52, 11913 Tallinn, Estonia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +372-6062679
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Botanical Garden, Family And Kids, Green House
Tallinna Botaanikaaed - Review
Located on the banks of the Pirita River, the Tallinn Botanic Garden is the largest botanical garden in Estonia. The garden consists of an open-air collection and a greenhouse collection with native plants cared for here along with the garden’s on-going research.
In spite of the rich plant life seen here throughout the park, the arboretum and the beautiful rose garden are the highlight of the place. If you love plants, a walk here is refreshing and relaxing.
Tallinna Botaanikaaed Ticket Prices
- Adult: Euros 5
- Family Ticket: Euros 9
- Pensioner, University Student, School Student: Euros 2.5
How To reach Tallinna Botaanikaaed by Public Transport
- By Bus: Kloostrimetsa
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car / Bike.
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3.86% of people who visit Tallinn include Tallinna Botaanikaaed in their plan
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Tallinna Botaanikaaed, Tallinn Reviews
Great collection for a relatively small botanical garden.. Plant houses were nice to walk through with mostly common varieties (desert, tropical, regional). The park itself had some nice collection of larger and smaller species of trees. A rose and rhododendron garden as well. Picnics welcome on the property, so great for kids.
Absolutely magnificent botanical garden. I've been to several botanical gardens in several countries, but this one is by far the best. The garden is vast. They have whole areas dedicated only to birch species, only to beech species, willows, etc. Great alpinarium, I was blown away by their section of mushrooms, mosses, and lichens, that is something extraordinary you should not miss. Some expositions invite you to step off the graveled path, there are vast grass fields where you can make picnic (for some extra pay). The glass house is as grand as the garden. Not by size but by quality. The whole garden is kept very tidy and clean. To see everything will take several hours. You can buy snacks and drinks in the glass house. Right next to the garden is also a educational trail about Estonian mires, bogs, and fens. I warmly recommend it. You can ask for the written guide to it at the antrance counter.
The glasshouses contain a great vary of tropical and subtropical plants, depending on the time of year for flowering. The grounds are extensive and varied areas of trees and shrubs. Worth a visit and not expensive with a senior's discount. Cafe sells cheaper and good value food
We visited at the wrong time of year, but there was still plenty to see. The park is lovely and there are loads of spots to picnic or relax. The greenhouse has a nice selection of plants and flowers with some pretty impressive samples in the atrium. In summer this place will be great. Not a lot of parking though. You can get a combined ticket with the nearby TV tower to save some money.
Went as part of the hop on hop off bus trip, could have spent all day there, such a great facility