Botanic Gardens

Bern

A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

A12 Weyermannshaus direction Fribourg

Bärenplatz, Stadt Bern

Bärenplatz, Stadt Bern

A1 Wankdorf dir. Thun

A1 Wankdorf dir. Thun

A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

A1 Neufeld - Wankdorf

A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

A6 Wankdorf Nord direction Grauholz

A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

A6 Ostring direction Wankdorf

Zytglogge, Kramgasse, Bern

Zytglogge, Kramgasse, Bern

Schloss Bümpliz, CH-3018 Bern

Schloss Bümpliz, CH-3018 Bern

A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

A1 Felsenauviadukt direction Vaud

Kirchenfeld

Kirchenfeld

A1 Betlehem Bern direction Ville

A1 Betlehem Bern direction Ville

Bern

Bern

A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

A1 Neufeld dir Forsthaus

A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

A1 Wankdorf Nord direction Lausanne

A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

A1 Grauholz direction Zurich

A1 Wankdorf dir. Grauholz

A1 Wankdorf dir. Grauholz

Bern-Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bern-Altstadt - Münstergasse

Bärecam

Bärecam

The Botanic Gardens are located right in the heart of the city. They cover a 5-acre area featuring around 6,000 plant species growing outdoors and in seven greenhouses.

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The Alpinum contains a big selection of alpine plants as well as plants from Asia and North America. Visitors feel as if they had been transported tot he Swiss mountains and learn about the endangered species. Three other show houses focus on tropical and subtropical vegetation.

The Palm House is home to a selection of agricultural plants usually cultivated in humid tropical areas (bananas, pineapple, sugar cane, coffee). The Fern House contains plants from tropical mountain forests such as tree and palm ferns. The third show house is dedicated to the vegetation found in the warm and dry climate of semi-deserts.

The Botanic Gardens carries on the long tradition of grouping plants by geographic region. In just a few steps, you'll become familiar with plants from Australia and New Zealand, North America, Asia, Europe and Africa.

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