Cambridge University Botanic Garden is a 40 acre, Grade II* listed heritage garden in the centre of Cambridge.
The Garden supports University teaching and research while also being a place of enjoyment and inspiration to visitors of all ages.
The Garden maintains the University’s collection of over 8,000 plant species from all around the world, including one of the region’s finest collections of trees, all set across beautifully designed and landscaped gardens and glasshouses.
Highlights include striking seasonal colour in the Winter and Autumn Gardens; the richly fragranced Scented Garden; colourful Bee Borders; the Woodland Garden and Lake; and the Rising Path offering a fresh perspective on the Garden’s historic Systematic Beds. Alpine and tropical plants in the Glasshouse Range are perfect for a cold day’s visit.
The Garden offers year-round, seasonal inspiration for gardeners and is an exciting introduction to the natural world for families.