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All reviews free attraction tropical plants lovely place for a walk small jewel green oasis nature lovers worth a visit nice place to spend free entrance city centre domes greenhouse biomes picnic seefeld diversity subtropical
When we visited the Botanical Garden in late-summer, there were still many beautiful specimens in bloom. If only because we got to see these unusual varieties, it was worth finding this off-the-beaten path garden space.
That said, we were very confused by the layout of...More
We found this park by chance, walking around and following our feet! It was a really nice surprise as we love to explore green points in cities! Several trees were full of little red fruits that made it special although chilly and wintery the atmosphere...More
I enjoyed my time at the botanical gardens. It's not the best or the biggest, but it's lovely. I especially liked the Tropical Domes with the fish exhibit. And it's free! This is important as almost everything, including most museums & churches in Zurich, have...More
A peaceful place to walk, free entry and for the plant enthusiast many of the plants are labelled. Three large circular glass houses with plants from different biomes, subtropical, humid tropical and hot dry climates are represented. Outside an interesting selection of plants that live...More
Easily accessible via public transportation (and free!) this is a beautiful nature escape in the middle of busy and lively Zurich. Three different greenhouses (three climates) invite you to explore and the garden itself is beautiful with plenty of grassy areas to sit or lie...More
Went with high expectations but was disappointed. The gardens aren’t well looked after and need more care. Plenty of weeds, and looking overgrown. Maybe it’s because I visited late in the season but it also looks like some of the funding to support this free...More
This is not only an extraordinary botanical garden, it is also part of the university. In this incredible place you are going to learn about diversity. Various ecosystems are displayed with explanation of almost every plant you see. If you are looking for a peaceful...More