University of Bristol Botanic Garden, Bristol

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Garden · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The University of Bristol Botanic Garden is a botanical garden in Bristol, England. The garden moved to its current site in Stoke Bishop having previously been at two other sites in the city. The 4,500 species of plants are displayed in collections relating to evolution, Mediterranean, local flora and rare natives and finally useful plants.

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  • Nice way to spend the day and enjoy it at a slow pace. The green houses are the best part and it's wheel chair accessible.  more »
  • I think that this place must be beautiful in spring, but we went today and it was a bit sad. Empty and a bit bit messy...I have to say that the best part were the glasshouses. I think that the ticket....  more »
  • Beautiful variety of plants, trees & flowers from all over the world. Really good name plaques so you can clearly identify what they are which is great to take overseas visitors who are interested in English gardens. Delightful terrace cafe overlooking the pond and gardens
  • Fascinating gardens and it feels good to spend a few hours among the green!

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