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The Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher, JC Loudon. Today, the gardens offer a superb opportunity for recreation close to the center of Birmingham. The Main Lawn is an amphitheatre; lawn features ornamental trees, Victorian Bandstand, Analematic Sundial. Historic Gardens illistrate typical British period gardens; also Roman Garden, Medieval Garden, Alpine Yard, Herbaceous Border, Rock Garden & Waterfall, Rhododendron Garden, Rose Garden, Cottage Museum & Garden, Tudor Garden and 19th-century Glasshouses. Excellent visitor facilities. The Gardens are open every day except Christmas Day, until 7pm or dusk, if earlier. Tel: +44 121 454 1860

Location: Westbourne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3TR

(Birmingham) Birmingham Botanical Gardens

06/06 Coming to The Birmingham area