Botanical Garden

  ul. Kopernika 27 ,   Old Town          (+48) 12 663 36 35     13 Nov 2018

Covering almost 10 hectares, Poland’s oldest botanical gardens date from 1783 and offer a decidedly relaxing daytime escape from the city. Extensive flora-filled paths wind between fountains, herb and rose gardens, lily-padded ponds, and a 250-year-old oak tree - the last remnant of primaeval forests which once covered the entire region. A humid greenhouse (open 10:00 - 18:00; closed Fri) hides all manner of exotic flora, including a macabre collection of carnivorous plants, while a series of outdoor classical music concerts takes place in the warmer months. A great place for a romantic rendezvous or finding some peace and quiet. Note that this is a seasonal attraction, and closed from mid-October until mid-April.

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Open 09:00 - 19:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 9/5zł.


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