Botanical Garden of the Harquebus of Dijon

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29 July 2020

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Botanical Garden of the Harquebus of Dijon

Botanical Garden of the Harquebus of Dijon
1 Avenue Albert 1er, 21000 Dijon, France
0.60 km de l’établissement

The Dijon Harquebus Botanical Garden is a municipal botanical garden created in 1833 in Dijon, rich in approximately 3,500 species of botanical plants from Burgundy and around the world, spread over more than 5 hectares with a public garden, arboretum, rose garden, natural history museum and planetarium.

The park and botanical garden of Dijon, decorated with statues, a temple of Love, and crossed by the Raines, a small stream on which swans and ducks live, consists of: the “Natural History Museum of Dijon”, the “Hubert Curien planetarium”, an arboretum of nearly 600 deciduous trees and 100 varieties of conifers, a 280 m² rose garden with more than 230 species of roses / rose bushes.

Architecture

Opening

The Botanical Garden is open all year round from 8am to sunset. Open from 9h to 12h30 and from 14h to 18h. Closed Tuesday, Saturday morning, Sunday morning and on January 1, May 1 and 8, July 14, November 1 and 11, December 25. Open from 14h to 18h the others. Free of charge. There is a course for the visually impaired.