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Opened in 1993 by Prince Edward, Inverness Botanic Gardens, formerly Inverness Floral Hall & Gardens, are an oasis of calm and beauty within walking distance of the city centre. With each new season the outside gardens are an explosion of colour and...more
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Lovely little gem hidden away near to the leisure centre by Bught park. Has an array of cactus in the redone cactus house/room, a hothouse with ponds and tropical plants etc. there are also plants that you can purchase if you wish and also a...More
We had a great time exploring here. The reusable maps are a great idea and we spent quite a while wandering and enjoying the different areas. I loved the wildflower field in the back!! So pretty.
Also, we laughed quite hard at the don't pet...More
Lovely Gardens well worth a visit right beside Inverness`s Aquadome just 10 minutes from the Inverness Centre. A warm house with lots of fish, an arid desert area full of cacti, greenhouses and outside garden, Small but packs a punch with the amazing variety of...More
My husband and I were wandering along the Inverness portion of the Great Glen Way when we came upon the Inverness Botanic Gardens. We wandered in and were immediately entranced. This beautiful little area is free of charge but is supported by donations. It is...More
Lovely gardens and surroundings. Went for a walk around the whole place, very beautiful, as we were going back around by the fish pond for a second time we saw a rat running across the pipe nearby. In formed staff as i left. Better pest...More
I usually park at the aquadome, it is literally a stones throw from the car park to the Botanical gardens. The time is as you see fit . It isn't huge but there is a cafe that makes scrumptious food. ( the cobb I think it is... More
I usually park at the aquadome, it is literally a stones throw from the car park to the Botanical gardens. The time is as you see fit . It isn't huge but there is a cafe that makes scrumptious food. ( the cobb I think it is called) within the building. and I suppose your time is as much or as little as you wish to look at the plants and flowers.