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The Origin of Open Gardens At the beginning the idea was to create a modern and environmentally friendly yet functional space that would serve as a good example as to how others - businesses, schools, government agencies and the general public...more
This is both an educational and relaxing place for everyone. Parents with children can find a lot of interesting things from permaculture gardening to breeding domestic animals. There are lots of events organized for children and adults as well. You can also relax on the...More
Took my four year old here on a very hot day. There are various activities that the kids can do. My daughter liked the water one, which was just moving water from uphill down to the bottom. There was a chicken coop and some rabbits...More
Birdwatching is a very popular hobby in Britain. Definitely it is a great experience to join the guided tour throughout the green parts of the Spilberk hill, namely inside the Open Garden. The experienced guides help you recognize voices and silhouettes of a wide variety...More
Enjoy summer right in the city reading, meditating, having dates with friends, etc. - all in green. Admission is free during the summer so you can spend more for refreshment. The menu of the La Bouchee summer grill is displayed on board offering not only...More
I found this place by accident. I was shocked to find such a beautiful place that no one was ever talking about. There are many lovely types of plants and it is very peaceful. Great for a summer night stroll.
We were there during pumpkins celebrations (in September), and there was a special program related to pumpkins - pumpkin cake competions (you had to bake it and bring it there), making pumpkin-heads and voting for best, selling of pumpkin seeds, creating own nature soaps,... During...More