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The Botanic Garden Hamburg: location, map, opening times Free admission, opening times: daily from 9:00 a.m. to about 1 1/2 hours before sunset (closed on dec. 24 and dec. 31 and in case of icy walkways in winter). How to get there: S-Bahn line S1...more
This is a wonderfully designed botanical garden holding specimens from all over the world. Plants are classified by region and country and well labeled. The paths are well maintained and easy for all. Easily accessible by metro or bus.
This is a beautiful Botanical Garden under the administration of Hamburg University,
I discovered by chance. Usually I used to go for long walks with my spouse from place where I had been staying and this Garden is about 2.5 Kilometres from there. Those who...More
My wife loves gardening and due to that fact I decided to do her the favour and visit the botanical garden in Klein-Flottbek.
Not only she, but also I enjoyed the spectacular scenery and since our visit took place in the midst of a week...More
The new botanical garden of Hamburg offers a great variability in plants, trees and grasses. The park is divided in the different continents South America, North America Asia and Europe. Marvelously kept and beautifully designed this park offers a nice Sunday afternoon stroll. Easy to...More
The Loki-Schmidt-Garten, also known as the Botanischer Garten der Universität Hamburg is a botanical garden maintained by the University of Hamburg. It covers approximately 62 acres and it is located at Ohnhorststrasse 18, Hamburg, Germany, beside the Klein Flottbek station in the Osdorf quarter. The...More
Easily accessible by S-Bahn Klein-Flottbek.
Or by bicycle from Altona in 20 minutes.
Open in the summer late - until 8 p.m.
Great for a walk around.
Or relax on one of the many benches.
Today there was even a mobile coffeeshop of a high...More
Very well maintained Botanical garden. Wish I'd visited in the spring to see the spring blossoms. Some plants are yet to mature but looking forward to their development. Especially the Japanese wisteria. If you're in search of a greenspace with less disruptions, consider coming here....More
If you love plants, the Loki Schmidt Garden is a must. This garden was created to teach botany to university students. It has an incredible variety of plants very beautifully arranged by region and usage. Plan to spend many hours in this place and take...More
Loki Schmidt Botanical Garden is the most diverse botanical garden with the most different trees and flowers I've ever seen ! Trees like the "tree dahlia" I have never heard of, davidias, catalpas, pterocarya fraxinifolia, sequoias, ... and many more. A large fruit and vegetable...More