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“Tranquil moment of real life”

Poznan Botanical Gardens
Ranked #13 of 181 things to do in Poznan
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: The Botanical Garden is a university-wide research and educational unit associated with the Faculty of Biology of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Our garden was established in 1925 and at the present day occupies an area of approximately 22 ha, gathering about 7000 taxa often growing in special collections: - trees and shrubs divided in groups of plants from different climate zones of the World, - plants in systematic configuration, - succulents, - tropical flora, - alpine plants, - species threatened with extinction (collection area: 0,50 ha), - ornamental perennials, - National Cotoneaster Collection (Cotoneaster Medik.) Research facilities: - 6 greenhouses in a total area of 800 m² - rhizarium - root laboratory - meteorological station - air pollution monitoring station The AMU Botanical Garden in Poznań is affiliated to the BGCI (Botanic Gardens Conservation International) and to The Council of Botanical Gardens in Poland
Useful Information: Stairs / elevator, Activities for older children, Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities, Activities for young children
Reviewed July 3, 2012

Loved the botanical gardens. It’s like Kew Gardens but a little smaller and without the hideous crowds. Lots of interesting animals as well as flora and fauna. Great fun feeding the fish too! there’s a self-service machine to buy fish food at the entrance, great fun. The kids and grown-ups both love it. Nice café there too. We were there on a Saturday and there was a lovely market in the gardens outside it as well selling great food, jewellery, plants etc. Thoroughly recommend a trip, whatever age you are.

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Reviewed April 7, 2012

Interesting plants with names I've never heard before :) But beautiful spot of green and nice place to relax. Unfortunately open only between May 1st and 30 October.

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Reviewed January 14, 2011

Botanical Garder in Poznan is a very nice place under the condition that the weather is nice. There is nothing to do there in case of bad weather. It is a nice place for walk, jogging or bike. If somebody is a founa fan then he will definetelly find something to enoy there between the variety of flowers and trees. However do not expect to much from this place it is simply a nice place for walk and nothing more. Definetelly better that walkin on dirty streets near cars and buses. It is near train station so it is easy to reach this place, also near you can find a bus stop.

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