We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews tour magne water features gardens are beautiful pony rides natural spring formal gardens roman tower ruined temple public park nice walk lovely park sunny day walk up ground level few hours walk around worth a visit
The gardens are charming and are arranged around the original spring that first attracted the Romans to Nimes. It's fun to sit on a bench and relax, visit the ruins of the Roman Temple of Diana or walk up to the Tour Magne.
We walked through these gardens and up to the tower at the top. On the way we stopped at the temple of Diana which was interesting. The tower was also worth the walk, particularly as the walk, uphill, was through these lush and well kept...More
Area formed from a natural spring, it’s a beautiful area to visit, and even with lots of people around, felt pretty quiet. Everywhere you look there are statues and koi carp, some very big!
It’s a very large area but does have ramps so access...More
Nice place to see if you have time. We were lucky as there was at least one Asian wedding being celebrated in the gardens. Very enjoyable. The temple is interesting but is basically ruins with not a lot to see.
The name "Nimes" comes from the name of the Gallic source "Nemausus". The construction of gardens began here in 1745. Military engineer Jacques Philippe Mareschal headed construction. Initially, the goal was different - to create a water supply system for weaving machines. But they have...More