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Opened in 1993 by Prince Edward, Inverness Botanic Gardens, formerly Inverness Floral Hall & Gardens, are an oasis of calm and beauty within walking distance of the city centre. With each new season the outside gardens are an explosion of colour and...more
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My wife and I came here with my son and grand daughter. The gardens are fine, worth a look but the scones (cheese) in the café!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Made by the lady who served behind the counter I was so impressed I took a bag full home...More
Tourist information recommended we walk down the river and these gardens were at the end. They are free (although I think if you didn't give a 'voluntary donation' you'd be a bit mean). November is never going to be a great time to visit gardens,...More
Bijou gardens with tropical and dry greenhouses. Beautifully kept greenhouses with colourful planting. Lille fish pond with a couple of HUGE koi carp, which presumbably live on the smaller ones. :-). Sheltered outside gardens with scented plants, edible plants, fruits etc. Nice little cafe too....More
We had a lovely time wandering the grounds of the botanical gardens. We enjoyed to cool fall air and taking in all the late fall foliage and the green houses made the day! Such a nice way to spend the afternoon with a good friend...More
As a horticultural professional, I loved the Inverness Botanical Gardens. The flowers were beautiful and the collections were well presented. It didn't take long to view the entire place but I did appreciate how well the place was put together
We came across the Botanic Gardens when walking along the River Ness from Inverness to visit the Ness Islands. It is small but some lovely flowers to look at. There were two green houses - one with variations of cacti and the the other with...More
The gardens are great. The hot houses even better especially on a grey day in Inverness. Spent many a lovely hour looking round and buying plants. Then enjoying a light lunch in the cafe. wonderful.
From the outside you wouldn't know it was there. Straight...More
A beautiful walk alongside the west bank of River Ness from the City centre took us to the small but perfectly formed Inverness Botanic Gardens. Free entry gained us access to the tropical hot house and arid desert glass house. Loads of beautiful flora and...More
I usually park at the aquadome, it is literally a stones throw from the car park to the Botanical gardens. The time is as you see fit . It isn't huge but there is a cafe that makes scrumptious food. ( the cobb I think it is... More
I usually park at the aquadome, it is literally a stones throw from the car park to the Botanical gardens. The time is as you see fit . It isn't huge but there is a cafe that makes scrumptious food. ( the cobb I think it is called) within the building. and I suppose your time is as much or as little as you wish to look at the plants and flowers.