There are four botanic gardens in Kiev (2 of them are less known than 2 other), and this one is more a park than a botanic garden. Yes, it has scientific territories with limited access and an orangery accessible a couple times a week, but the rest of territory is a park with free access across a year, except time when magnolias are in bloom - usually at April. With about of ten varieties of magnolia it takes about 2-3 weeks. At this period entry fees are taken.
No services inside except WC and a playground for children, but you can buy some food/drinks/icecream near the entry aside University metro station. Wheelchairs accessible via side or bottom entries.
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