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Jochumhof

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Solodam J wrote a review May 1
Amsterdam, The Netherlands31221 contributions919 helpful votes
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We're not planning to visit this botanic garden but walking along the river side. Well, as the water was a bit high, we didn't get down and at that moment we saw the sign of Jochumhof. It's located at the corner of the street, along the river. We did take a look, entered the gate but didn't get inside the garden. You can park your car nearby
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Date of experience: March 2021
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exploringwithjune wrote a review Jul 2020
The Netherlands332 contributions170 helpful votes
Upon entry the jochemhof doesn't look all that appealing and interesting. The shrubbery right at the entrance looked relatively common. We walked past the beehive, which was nice, and through too the main area of this botanical garden. And how lovely that was! It is divided into sections, dedicated to different plants and regions. The rose garden, the hydrangeas and the wild flowers next to the river were absolutely gorgeous and very picturesque. Also, we loved the green house, in which they sell various plants. Every thing is very well maintained and they have a big variety of plants. Aside from the ones mentioned above, you'll also find bamboo, a Japanese garden and a herb garden. At the back of the lot and along the Riverside, you'll find multiple seating areas and a restaurant. This establishment also has a little vintage store. The atmosphere here is lovely, especially on a summer's day with a little breeze. The staff was very attentive and we loved the apple and lemon vlaai. There isn't a ticket booth but they have a postal box in which you are to donate some money. Entry is 3 euros each. Very reasonably priced, if you ask me. It is a great place to explore and to relax. Would definitely recommend going here if you're in Steyl.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Johnny19039 wrote a review Aug 2018
Dusseldorf, Germany1519 contributions426 helpful votes
The botanical garden is a historical monument, the visitor must be aware of this. The price of admission is very moderate and you can spend some time in the garden and in the greenhouse. The occasional impression of neglect is part of the program and has a certain charm. The restaurant in the garden is very cosy and invites you to stay. You will not regret visiting this sight.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Peter J wrote a review Jun 2018
Venray, The Netherlands359 contributions72 helpful votes
A botanical garden founded by a local priest. Wel maintained with a Nice collection. Cheap entrance and good cathering.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Kagamitabi wrote a review Jan 2018
The Netherlands19 contributions1 helpful vote
This botanical garden on the banks of the river Maas won't disappoint due to the great variety of plants. Species from all over the world are shown in different gardens which are well maintained. Exploring the different areas and discovering known or more rare trees, shrubs, herbs, flowers, and other plants make the visit pleasant. Bonus are the outside terraces where you can enjoy drinks. One's under a magnificent tree on the premises, the other one is overlooking the river.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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