Botanical garden - Strasbourg
Located at the heart of the "Imperial" quarter of Strasbourg, the botanical Garden is home to nearly 6000 plant species. It is a genuine living museum with an arboretum, ecological beds, and greenhouses. Here, you can see some remarkable trees such as the pecan tree, the giant Sequoia and 5 bald cypress trees including Taxodium ascendens, which is very rare in Europe. But the section which seems out of this world is no doubt the two-storey tropical greenhouse! This university garden offers students and researchers a vast range of plants destined for research and observation. It is also open to the public and is really worth a visit especially when events are proposed. And you can just sit and relax in the shade of the magnificent trees on a pontoon by the side of the pond. The botanical Garden is a haven of greenery right in the centre of town!
28 rue Goethe
Entrée : allée Anton de Bary.
TEL 03 68 85 18 65 TEL 03 68 85 18 86
- Opening days
Animals accepted: No
Audience concerned: Adults (individuals), Couple, Families, Groups, Schools
Themes: Botany, Science and technology
Type of site to visit: Museum and planetarium, Parks and gardens
Package visits offered: Free visit, Visit with educational sheets/pack, Guided tour for individuals, Guided tour for groups, Guided tour for groups with reservation
Opening hours: March, April, September and October: every day from 3 to 6 p.m. May to August: every day from 3 to 7 p.m. From 2 November to 23 December: every day from 2 to 4 p.m. Closed on 01 and 08/05, 01 and 11/11 and from 24/12 to 28/02/2023. May close due to bad weather.