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This heritage-listed Botanic Garden was originally conceived by Professor John Henslow, the mentor and teacher of Charles Darwin. The Garden's plant collections today number over 8,000 species from all over the world, displayed within the best...more
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Obviously only any good if you like plants. Fine array of trees and shrubs.
Go in January to see the splendid winter garden. Birch glade is also good. Other seasonal delights too
Glasses have interesting collections
The only downside is little educational material so you’re...More
Response from CUBG-Visitor-Service | Property representative |
Thanks for your interest in visiting the Botanic Garden. Guide and assistance dogs are very welcome in the Garden, however please note that no other dogs are allowed, even if they are on a lead (and very... More
Thanks for your interest in visiting the Botanic Garden. Guide and assistance dogs are very welcome in the Garden, however please note that no other dogs are allowed, even if they are on a lead (and very friendly!).
We hope that you come to visit and enjoy the Garden anyhow.
Istanbul University Botanic Garden location? (4 Replies)
I am a big gardening fan. Some googling lead me to discover the Istanbul University Botanic Garden, which is free and open to the public. However I can't find any directions to it. Can anyone tell me how to get there from Sultanahmet? Thanks!
April 07, 2011|
Hi Redk, Istanbul University Botanic Gardens are located near Belgrade forest at Sariyer. I suggest that you take the the tram from Sultanahmet to Kabatas and at Kabatas get on the bus No. 25E, Kabatas-Sariyer. and get off the bus at Cayirbasi stop. From there it will be a long walk on Bahcekoy street or a short taxi ride to the Arboretum. good luck, enigma...