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This heritage-listed Botanic Garden was originally conceived by Professor John Henslow, the mentor and teacher of Charles Darwin. The Garden's plant collections today number over 8000 species from all over the world, displayed within the best...more
What ever the weather, what ever the season and what ever the company we are in, we are always amazed at the beautiful garden and good facilities. Well done everyone for looking after such a huge addition to Cambridge’s special places.
This was a nice botanic garden but was smaller than I expected. I went during August when it had been very hot. I thought being a botanic garden they would have watered more. Things were pretty brown overall. In the rose garden I only saw...More
We spent a good couple of hours walking around here. There were stations around the gardens for children to collect stamps on their card. I really enjoyed the seasonal gardens, the timeline, the trees and the glass houses. For £8 I thought it was good...More
We enjoyed a lovely day wandering around the gardens. Loved the contrasting different areas and even on a hot day we were able to find quiet shady places to sit. We didn't do the glass houses as they advertised a wasp problem which I was...More
The gardens themselves were lovely, however, a lot of it was closed off due to the dry drought this summer which is obviously understandable. I felt £12 entry fee for 2 seemed a bit overpriced when there wasn’t too much to do, a little lower...More
The Botanic Garden is trying hard to make it interesting for visitors, as if you are in a zoo: they have various specialized areas of interest like Winter Garden, Autumn Garden, Fen Display, Scented Garden, Systematic Beds with handy explanations and fun facts. One of...More
We frequent botanical gardens and really loved the natural look and richness of many of the tree collections. In particular we were thrilled with the variety of gorgeous birch trees (betula). The pond was pretty and the coffee shop & store were very nice. We...More
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Thanks for your interest in visiting the Botanic Garden. Guide and assistance dogs are very welcome in the Garden, however please note that no other dogs are allowed, even if they are on a lead (and very... More
Thanks for your interest in visiting the Botanic Garden. Guide and assistance dogs are very welcome in the Garden, however please note that no other dogs are allowed, even if they are on a lead (and very friendly!).
We hope that you come to visit and enjoy the Garden anyhow.